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Director’s Note

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EVENTEEN YEARS OF BRINGING ARTS TO NORTHERN NEVADA…THAT’S ARTOWN. The arts are a vital part of any community, but when you set aside a weekend, or a week, or as is Artown’s case an entire month, just to focus on the arts it allows people to step back from their daily lives and focus on enjoying the festival that’s been created for their enjoyment. Artown never wants to be predictable. We want to continue to drive emotion and help attendees create lasting memories. And as such, we’re making our own mold…again for July 2012. Topping an all time record of events with nearly 500, of which more than 60 percent offered FREE, Artown continues to lead as the nation’s most comprehensive arts and culture festivals attracting more than 300,000 people in 2011 for a variety of events and performances. None of this would be possible without the support of our more than 130 presenting organizations. These presenters are responsible for their events — music, dance, theater, visual arts, performance, hands-on workshops and more. While two of our larger events, Opening and Closing Nights, bring national caliber performers to the banks of the Truckee River in downtown Reno, it’s the unique events that feed our patrons throughout the month. Artown would like to acknowledge and thank the City of Reno for their continued support of Artown since the first year in 1996 until now. We’ll see you in the park!

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Gearing up for Artown 2012 More than 60 percent of festival is free

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OR NEARLY TWO DECADES, Artown has been working to make art accessible to people from all walks of life. With an average of eight free events every day during July, more than 60 percent of the annual festival is free, including the Family Series, the World Music Series, Dancing in the Park, Discover the Arts, Movies in the Park and the Monday Night Music Series. The Artown formula clearly works, blending a broad spectrum of free and ticketed events, from world-class bands and theater groups to wellknown gallery artists and dance troupes. Now in its 17th year, Artown has grown from drawing 30,000 to more than 300,000 attendees annually. “We’re starting to get second-generation people down at Artown now, who were probably sitting on their parent’s lap in the year 2000, and now they’re going down there on their own,” said Dave Aiazzi, who has been a member of the Artown board for nearly a decade and currently serves as chairman. This year, Artown’s opening night is slated for Sunday, July 1, when the Mickey Hart Band, led by the Grateful Dead’s legendary percussionist, will perform for free at 7:30 p.m. in Wingfield Park. Hart and his band will be playing a mix of new material, greatest hits and Grateful Dead songs, as part of the “Mysterium Tremendum” tour. The 2012 festival will close on Tuesday, July 31, with Maceo Parker performing for free at 7:30 p.m. in Wingfield Park. A famous funk and soul saxophone player, Parker’s horn played a prominent role in

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“the incredible thing is that it’s different every year.”– Dave Aiazzi

the music of both James Brown and George Clinton, and he has collaborated with artists ranging from De La Soul and Ray Charles to the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Dave Matthews Band. In between opening and closing night, Artown crowds will have the chance to attend a wonderfully wide array of events, from a dinosaur petting zoo to a performance by the Preservation Hall Jazz Band. Erth’s Dinosaur Petting Zoo, scheduled for July 9, is one of this year’s five free Family Series events, which take place at 7 p.m. in Wingfield Park every Monday in July. The Preservation Hall Jazz Band 50th Anniversary Celebration, with special guests Del McCoury Band and Trey McIntyre Project, is one of the festival’s ticketed event, slated for Sunday, July 15, at Grand Sierra Resort. “The incredible thing about Artown is that it’s different every year — different artists and a different vibe,” Aiazzi said. “I really praise the board members for having the vision to take risks and try new things, all in an effort to give the citizens of Nevada the chance to great art.” 5

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Preservation Hall 50th Anniversary Jazz, bluegrass and contemporary dance combine in Artown performance

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OMETIMES, THE PERFORMANCES COMPRISING THE ARTOWN LINEUP are the result of best-laid plans; other times, they’re a result of divine inspiration. An example: When Artown executive director Beth Macmillan was researching art and music trends earlier this year, an idea crystallized. “The Preservation Hall Jazz Band was performing their 50th Anniversary Celebration at Carnegie Hall in January,” she said. “I’ve been trying to get the Del McCoury Band in Artown forever, and I’ve been dying to get the Trey McIntyre Project as well.” So while talking to Del McCoury’s agent, Macmillan remembers he had a suggestion. “He said, ‘Why not make it a celebration like we did in New York City, and get them all on stage together?’” Macmillan recalls. “I loved the idea of a multi-disciplinary approach, of different genres of art coming together.” Thanks to that suggestion, Artown and the Grand Sierra Resort will welcome the Preservation Hall Jazz Band 50th Anniversary Celebration July 15, featuring the bluegrass sounds of the Del McCoury Band and the contemporary dance of the Trey McIntyre Project. The celebration has only happened in two other places — Carnegie Hall and New Orleans. “It will be an uplifting experience for everyone in the house,” Macmillan said. Tickets for Preservation Hall Jazz Band 50th Anniversary Celebration with special guests Del McCoury Band and Trey McIntyre Project are $30, $45 and $60. Sponsored by IGT and Grand Sierra Resort. 6

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BIke touR thRough olD Reno A leisurely ride through the most historic parts of Reno. HELMETS REQUIRED, NO EXCEPTIONS! Reservations are required. 9 AM-11 AM • My Favorite Muffin 340 California Ave.• 747-4478 historicreno.org • $10, FREE to HRPS members lAtImeR ARt CluB memBeRs shoW “CeleBRAtIng 91 yeARs oF ARt exCellenCe” openIng ReCeptIon An art show featuring the work of current Latimer Art Club members. 11 AM-1 PM • Reno Art Center • 449 Marsh Ave. • 240-3349 • FREE the Rhythm expeRIenCe: DRum CIRCle WIth mICkey hARt Participate in a community drum circle lead by legendary Mickey Hart and experience the essence of rhythm. Sponsored by City of Reno Arts and Culture Commission, Reno Tahoe USA and Friends of Artown. Official host hotel is John Ascuaga’s Nugget. 3 PM-6 PM • Idlewild Park • 1501 Idlewild Dr. • 322-1538 renoisartown.com • FREE nevADA voCAl ARts: A CAppellA summeR shoW Come and listen to Reno’s favorite A Cappella singing ensembles. 4 PM-5:30 PM • Good Shepherd Lutheran Church • 501 California Ave. 852-2429 • vocalartworks.com, Suggested donation $10 pRIntmAkeR’s ConspIRACy At the ChApel gAlleRy Featuring recent works that cover a range of different fine art printmaking techniques such as lithography, intaglio, relief, digital process and serigraphy by selected members of this wonderful art group.

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4 PM-7 PM • Wildflower Village 4395 W. 4th St. • 827-5250 wildflowervillage.com • FREE

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envIsIon eNVision welcomes the opening night crowd with a pre-show Rhythm and dance performance. 6:30 PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-1538 renoisartown.com • FREE

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Mickey Hart, music’s honored percussionist for the Grateful Dead, brings his sounds to opening night with a mix of new material, as well as selections from his greatest hits and Grateful Dead songs as part of his “Mysterium Tremendum” tour. Sponsored by City of Reno Arts and Culture Commission, Reno Tahoe USA and Friends of Artown. Official host hotel is John Ascuaga’s Nugget. 7:30 PM-9 PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-1538 renoisartown.com • FREE

monday: 2 DIsCoveR stoRytIme WIth kAthleen DuRhAm The Underfolk are back. See what Fred Mouse and the Professor are up to in “Underwood.” Fred Mouse and the Professor will show children how to make tiny illustrated books. 9:30 AM-11:30 AM • McKinley Arts and Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE Reno munICIpAl BAnD Relax and enjoy the great outdoors, listening to songs from all eras. 12 PM-1 PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 334-2414 • FREE

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ARtoWn FAmIly FestIvAl Start in the Park at 5 pm with many child friendly activities. Register for face painting at renoisartown.com.

9:30 AM-11:30 AM • Flint St. at the Lake Mansion • 322-1538 renoisartown.com • FREE

sWeet vIBRAtIons: sQueek steele, RAgtIme CoWBoy Joe Ragtime piano with special guest Gary Greenlund on the banjo.

5 PM-7 PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-1538 renoisartown.com • FREE

Ageless RepeRtoRy: “you CAn’t tAke It WIth you” A classic play from the late 30’s in which the Seymour family may seem odd, but if they are odd, the rest of the world is odder.

7 PM-8 PM • First United Methodist Church • 209 W. First St. • 322-4564 renofirstmethodist.org • Donations accepted

FAmIly seRIes: theAtReWoRks oF noRtheRn nevADA “CuRIosIty CAt” A tale of displaced children and homeless cats. Sponsored by Sierra Nevada College and The Thelma & Thomas Hart Foundation. Official host hotel John Ascuaga’s Nugget. 7 PM-8 PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-1538 renoisartown.com • FREE monDAy nIght musIC seRIes: Reno phIlhARmonIC: “pops At the RAnCh” “Pops at the Ranch” features the Reno Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus presenting patriotic music to get the crowd ready for the 4th of July holiday. Sponsored by Robert Z. Hawkins Foundation, Albright, Persing & Associates, LTD., and Washoe County. 7:30 PM-10 PM • Robert Z. Hawkins Amphitheater • 6000 Bartley Ranch Rd. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com FREE nevADA voCAl ARts: A CAppellA summeR shoW Reno’s favorite A Cappella singing ensembles. 7:30 PM-9 PM • Good Shepherd Lutheran Church • 501 California Ave. 852-2429 • vocalartworks.com, ravensandroses.com • Suggested donation $10

tuesday: 3 DIsCoveR the lAke mAnsIon Visual, acting and creative movement. Three groups experience 40 minutes of each workshop offered by VSA. Advance reservations required.

1 PM-4 PM • Circles Edge for Spiritual Living • 1117 California Ave. • 3457323 • Donations accepted

An evenIng WIth pIpes on the RIveR Organist Angela Kraft Cross performs a concert on the largest pipe organ in Northern Nevada.

Don k on guItAR A variety of cross-generational songs performed solo.

7 PM-8:30 PM • Trinity Episcopal Church • 200 Island Ave. • 329-4279 TrinityReno.org • Suggested donation $10

2:30 PM-3:30 PM • The Arbors • 2121 E. Prater Way, Sparks • 331-2229 arborsmemorycare.com • FREE DoWntoWn RIveR WAlk See Reno’s relationship with the Truckee River over time. Tour Guides: Sue and Jim Smith. Reservations required. 6 PM-8 PM • Wild River Grill • 17 S. Virginia St. • 747-4478 • historicreno. org • Ticketed $10 or FREE to HRPS members tuesDAy’s WIth moyA Artown opens the Lear Theater, inviting the community to come inside, tour and make suggestions how to make Moya’s dream come true! 6 PM-9 PM • The Lear Theater • 528 W. 1st St. • 322-1538 • renoisartown. com • FREE you & me: Reno 2012 An interactive performance that takes place in multiple spaces. These performances occur for one person at a time. Cost includes dinner. 6:30 PM-10:30 PM • River School Farm 7777 White Fir St. • tararyndershouse. com • 747-2222 • $20

toCCAtA: BARoQue to BRoADWAy Featuring vocal soloists and special guest flutist, Josue Casillas. 7 PM-9 PM • Good Shepherd Lutheran Church • 501 California Ave. • 313-9697 toccatatahoe.com • $25 adults, $20 seniors, $5 students 19-25, 18 and under FREE. Preferred $35. Tickets available at door or online. moonlIght DRum AnD DAnCe CIRCle As the full moon reflects on the river currents, learn new beats, tempos and techniques. All levels welcome. 8 PM-11:30 PM • River School Farm 7777 White Fir St. • 747-2222 riverschool.info • Suggested donation $5

Wednesday: 4 Reno munICIpAl BAnD Relax and enjoy the great outdoors, listening to songs from all eras. 12 PM-1 PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 334-2414 • FREE 4th oF July FIReWoRks At the pIAno Concert pianists play to celebrate the 4th of July. Wine, cheese and champagne served. 6 PM-7:30 PM • Steinway Piano Gallery 500 E. Moana Ln. • 829-0600 nevadaopera.org • FREE

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you & me: Reno 2012 An interactive performance that takes place in multiple spaces. These performances occur for one person at a time. Cost includes dinner. 6:30 PM-10:30 PM • River School Farm 7777 White Fir St. • tararyndershouse. com • 747-2222 • $20

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WoRlD musIC seRIes: 1st mARIne DIvIsIon BAnD Come celebrate our nation’s birthday with this amazing 45 piece Marine Band from Camp Pendleton, CA, performing patriotic and heartwarming American music. 7:30 PM-9 PM • Wingfield Park 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-1538 renoisartown.com • FREE

thursday: 5 DIsCoveR BRAss The Great Basin Quintet will guide children in learning how these loud brass work. A “Green Art” project will follow. 9:30 AM-11:30 AM • McKinley Arts and Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. 3221538 • renoisartown.com • FREE FIRst thuRsDAy WIth guItAR WooDy AnD the BoIleRs Grab a beer, groove to the live music and check out the galleries at First Thursday. Ride your bike weather-permitting. 5 PM-7 PM • Nevada Museum of Art • 160 W. Liberty St. • 329-3333 nevadaart.org • FREE you & me: Reno 2012 An interactive performance that takes place in multiple rooms and locations through the chosen venue. These performances occur for one person at a time. Cost includes dinner. 6:30 PM-10:30 PM • River School Farm 7777 White Fir St. • tararyndershouse. com • $20 musIC AnD ARt IntegRAtIon: loCAl tAlent shoWCAse Local music talent that integrates art in different forms into their performance. Two bands will be chosen to present at each showcase based on their creative integration of other art forms into their performance. 7 PM-11 PM • The Underground • 555 E. 4th St. • 410-5993 • renounderground. com • Donations accepted Ageless RepeRtoRy pResents: “you CAn’t tAke It WIth you” A classic play by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman from the late ‘30s in which the Seymour family may seem odd, but if they are odd, the rest of the world is odder. 7 PM-9 PM • Circles Edge for Spiritual Living • 1117 California St. • 345-7323 Donations accepted DAnCIng In the pARk: Reno DAnCe CompAny Experience pop culture through a world 9

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beat of music and dance. Journey to Paris and Asia, and then explore the mystique of Arabia and the diverse pop cultures of America. 8 PM-10 PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 225- 2194 • FREE

Friday: 6 Ageless RepeRtoRy pResents: “you CAn’t tAke It WIth you” A classic play in which the Seymour family may seem odd, but if they are odd, the rest of the world is odder. 1 PM-4 PM • Circles Edge for Spiritual Living • 1117 California Ave. • 3457323 • Donations accepted DIsCoveR pApeRmAkIng Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful engages children with the importance of recycling followed by making their own new paper from old paper. 1:30 PM-3:30 PM • Neil Road Recreation Center Gymnasium • 3925 Neil Rd. 322-1538 • renoisartown.com FREE pIpes on the RIveR oRgAn ReCItAl A recital on the largest pipe organ in northern Nevada. 12 PM-1 PM • Trinity Episcopal Church 200 Island Ave. • 329-4279 trinityreno.org • FREE Reno munICIpAl BAnD Relax and enjoy the great outdoors, listening to songs from all eras. 12 PM-1 PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 334-2414 • FREE “help mAke hungeR hIstoRy” FooD BAnk ConCeRt The Food Bank of Northern Nevada’s 2012 Benefit concert. Grammy nominated and contemporary Blues female artist of the year award winner Ruthie Foster. 5:30 PM-10:30 PM • Robert Z. Hawkins Amphitheater • 6000 Bartley Ranch Rd.

331-3663 ext 118 • fbnn.org $18 - $24 ReCyCleD ARt touR Come and learn about the many different recycled art pieces currently displayed. 5:30 PM-6:30 PM • River School Farm 7777 White Fir St. • 747-2222 riverschool.info • $5 the note-ABles The Note-Ables is a nonprofit organization with a primary purpose of providing music programs and music therapy services for children and adults of all ages and abilities. 5:30 PM-6:30 PM • Reno-Tahoe International Airport • 2001 E. Plumb Ln. • 328-6400 • renoairport.com FREE RollIn’ on the RIveR: BIg sAnDy AnD hIs Fly-RIte Boys The RN&R’s popular summer music series celebrates its 17th year. 5:30 PM-8 PM • Wingfield Park 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 324-4440 newsreview.com/reno • FREE you & me: Reno 2012 An interactive performance that takes place in multiple spaces. These performances occur for one person at a time. Cost includes dinner. 6:30 PM-10:30 PM • River School Farm 7777 White Fir St. • tararyndershouse. com • 747-2222 • $20 the Reno vIDeogAme symphony Beautiful orchestral arrangements of classic video game music. From the quirky 8-bit tunes of the 80’s to the most heartwarming and glorious music of the modern era. 7 PM-11 PM • The Underground • 555 E. 4th St. • 410-5993 renounderground.com • $10

theAtReWoRks oF noRtheRn nevADA pResents: “CuRIosIty CAt” The tale of misplaced children and homeless cats. 7:30 PM-9 PM • Laxalt Auditorium 401 West 2nd St. • 284-0789 twnn.org • $10 general, $7 students/ seniors gooD luCk mACBeth pResents: “the tempest” Exile! An enchanted island! Matchmaking! A wind sprite! Magic! Shipwrecks! Moon men! Comedy? You bet! It’s Shakespeare at his best. 7:30 PM-9:30 PM • Good Luck Macbeth 119 N. Virginia St. • 322-3716 goodluckmacbeth.org • $14-$20 BRukA theAtRe pResents: “oRpheus DesCenDIng” Explosive Tennessee Williams at his most passionate. Mature themes. 8 PM-10 PM • Bruka Theatre • 99 N. Virginia St. • 323-3221 • bruka.org $16 student, $18 general pre-sale, $20 at the door long FoRm ImpRov shoW 100 percent improvised every time. Recommended for 17+. 9 PM-10:45 PM • Good Luck Macbeth 119 N. Virginia St. • 530-414-0050 empireimprov.com • FREE movIes In the pARk: “e.t. the extRA teRRestRIAl” Enjoy the family classic, “E.T. The Extra Terrestrial,” under the stars in downtown Reno’s Wingfield Park. Rated PG. DVD presentation made possible by the Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts. Sponsored by University of Phoenix. 9 PM-11:15 PM • Wingfield Park 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-1538 renoisartown.com • FREE

saturday: 7 neWlAnDs neIghBoRhooD Enjoy an architectural walk through one of Reno’s oldest and most prestigious neighborhoods. Reservations required. 9 AM-11 AM • My Favorite Muffin 340 California Ave.• 747-4478 historicreno.org • $10, FREE to HRPS members

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renolittletheater.org • FREE yosemIte poetRy pRInts Show of broadsides from the Tuolumne Meadows Poetry Festival. 2 PM-3 PM • South Valleys Library 15650A Wedge Pkwy. • 851-5190 alpengroup.org • FREE Reno youth JAzz oRChestRA II Musical performance of top middle and high school jazz talent. 2:30 PM-3:30 PM • Reno-Tahoe International Airport • 2001 E. Plumb Ln. • 328-6400 • renoairport.com • FREE Reno lIttle theAteR pResents: “the thIRteen CloCks” James Thurber’s fairy tale, parable and poem. Children and adults will be dazzled. 4 PM-5 PM • Laxalt Auditorium 401 West 2nd St. • 813-8900 renolittletheater.org • FREE nevADA opeRA pResents: “FleDeRmAus At Fuego” Act II featuring songs and arias in Spanish with musical offerings from owner Miguel Perez. 6 PM-7 PM • Fuego • 170 S. Virginia St. 786-4046 • nevadaopera.org • FREE A CeltIC summeR’s eve Get ready for the heart-pounding rhythms of the Reno Irish Dance Company. 7:30 PM-9:30 PM • Wingfield Park 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 829-7878 renoirishdanceco.org • Suggested donation $10 theAtReWoRks oF noRtheRn nevADA pResents: “CuRIosIty CAt” The tale of misplaced children and homeless cats. 7:30 PM-9 PM • Laxalt Auditorium 401 West 2nd St. • 284-0789 • twnn.org • $10 general, $7 students/seniors gooD luCk mACBeth pResents: “the tempest” Exile! An enchanted island! Matchmaking! A wind sprite! Magic! Shipwrecks! Moon men! Comedy? You bet! It’s Shakespeare at his best. 7:30 PM-9:30 PM • Good Luck Macbeth 119 N. Virginia St. • 322-3716 goodluckmacbeth.org • $14-$20 BRukA theAtRe pResents: “oRpheus DesCenDIng” Explosive Tennessee Williams at his most passionate. Mature themes. 8 PM-10 PM • Bruka Theatre • 99 N. 11

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sunday: 8 “RoCkIn’ out” ARtIst ReCeptIon Wide variety of petroglyph and pictograph art, crafts and photography, produced by Nevada artists. 11 AM-4 PM • Artist Co-op Gallery 627 Mill St. • 322-8896 • artistscoopgalleryreno.com • FREE Reno lIttle theAteR pResents: “the thIRteen CloCks” James Thurber’s fairy tale, parable and poem. Children and adults will be dazzled. 2 PM-3 PM • Laxalt Auditorium 401 West 2nd St. • 813-8900 renolittletheater.org • FREE theAtReWoRks oF noRtheRn nevADA pResents: “CuRIosIty CAt” The tale of misplaced children and homeless cats. 2 PM-4 PM • Atlantis Casino Resort Spa 3800 S. Virginia St. • 284-0789 twnn.org • $10 general, $7 students and seniors ChAmpAgne sIngeRs Acappella, swing music from the 1930s through ‘40s and more. 2:30 PM-3 PM • Reno-Tahoe International Airport • 2001 E. Plumb Ln. • 328-6400 • renoairport.com FREE gooD luCk mACBeth pResents: “the tempest” Exile! An enchanted island! Matchmaking! A wind sprite! Magic! Shipwrecks! Moon men! Comedy? You bet! It’s Shakespeare at his best. 3 PM-5 PM • Good Luck Macbeth 119 N. Virginia St. • 322-3716 goodluckmacbeth.org • $14-$20

sIeRRA nevADA mAsteRWoRks ChoRAle Bring the whole family to hear your favorite patriotic tunes! 3:30 PM-5:30 PM • Wingfield Park 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 329-1940 themasterworkschorale.org • FREE “FAR out”: the unIveRsIty ARt sCene 1960-1975” openIng exhIBIt ReCeptIon The University Art Scene, 1960-1975” honors the many artists participating in the exhibition. The event includes guided tours. 3:30 PM-6 PM • Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center • University of Nevada, Reno • 682-5665 knowledgecenter.unr.edu • FREE Reno lIttle theAteR pResents: “the thIRteen CloCks” James Thurber’s fairy tale, parable and poem. Children and adults will be dazzled. 4 PM-5 PM • Laxalt Auditorium 401 West 2nd St. • 813-8900 renolittletheater.org • FREE CARson CIty symphony A concert work to include an organ concerto with the largest pipe organ in Northern Nevada. 5 PM-7 PM • Trinity Episcopal Church 200 Island Ave. • 883-4154 ccsymphony.com • Suggested donation $10 opeRA shoRts Operas in 10 minutes or less encompass the full range of operatic styles and emotions. Something for everyone. 7:30 PM-9 PM • Steinway Piano Gallery 500 E. Moana Ln. • 829-0600 nevadaopera.org • FREE

monday: 9 DIsCoveR eRth’s DInosAuRs Dinosaurs enchant children with a short

performance. “Green Art” project with artist Kellie Lee shows how to make a split pin dinosaur. 11:30 AM-1:30 PM • McKinley Arts and Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. • 3221538 renoisartown.com • FREE Reno munICIpAl BAnD Relax and enjoy the great outdoors, listening to songs from all eras. 12 PM-1 PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 334-2414 • FREE CulInARy ARts At CAmpo Nine local chefs compete for the “Culinary Artist” award in weekly culinary arts contests. The contests include: Chefs on the Edge, Name that Product, Mystery Basket Menu and Foodie Jeopardy. 5 PM-6:30 PM • Campo • 50 N. Sierra St. • 737-9555 • camporeno.com FREE

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7:30 PM-10 PM • Robert Z. Hawkins Amphitheater • 6000 Bartley Ranch Rd. 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

tuesday: 10 DIsCoveR the ARt oF mAgIC A magic show with magician Dennis Dobies. Children will see a show and learn a magic trick. Then enjoy making a Harry Potter wand with artist Jan Selleck. 9:30 AM-11:30 PM • McKinley Arts and Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. • 3221538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

ARtoWn FAmIly FestIvAl Start in the Park at 5 pm with many child friendly activities. Register for face painting at renoisartown.com.

Ageless RepeRtoRy pResents: “shAkespeARe In hollyWooD” Warner Brothers attempt to produce “A Mid-Summers Night Dream” in a movie, without the success they hoped. A hilarious play where love and comedy abound.

5 PM-7 PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-1538 renoisartown.com • FREE

1 PM-3 PM • Circles Edge for Spiritual Living • 1117 California Ave. • 345-7323 Donations accepted

FAmIly seRIes: eRth’s DInosAuR pettIng zoo™ Erth’s awesome prehistoric creatures, from cute baby dinos to teeth-gnashing giants, live in a petting zoo like no other. These ancient life-like dinosaurs come to life in an eye-popping display in this fun, educational and imaginative performance. Sponsored by Sierra Nevada College and The Thelma & Thomas Hart Foundation. Official host hotel John Ascuaga’s Nugget.

“pleAse” A play by Bruce Lindsay directed by Pan Pantoja. This is a 21+ event.

7 PM-8 PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-1538 renoisartown.com • FREE memoRIes At steInWAy Enjoy the artistry of talented, young pianists who honed their performing skills in the original Steinway Series. 7 PM-9 PM • Steinway Piano Gallery 500 E. Moana Ln. • 829-0600 spgreno.com • FREE

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Reno Youth Jazz Orchestra brings you the classics of big band jazz. Sponsored by Robert Z. Hawkins Foundation, Albright, Persing & Associates, LTD., and Washoe County.

monDAy nIght musIC seRIes: Reno youth phIlhARmonIC AnD Reno youth JAzz oRChestRA “summeR seRenADe” “Summer Serenade” brings together two premier youth ensembles in one concert. The 70 musicians of the Reno Philharmonic Youth Jazz Orchestra will thrill you with classical music of Liszt and Bizet while the

6 PM-11 PM • The Underground • 555 E. 4th St. • 410-5993 • renounderground. com • $15 kIDs ARt shoW AnD sAle Kids are invited to submit 2 original works of art on the theme, “The Best Way to Travel.” For rules and more information on the show visit creativeartsreno.com. 6 PM-7 PM • The Creative Arts Center 204 Marsh Ave., Ste. 300 • 544-5878 creativeartsreno.com • FREE unIveRsIty hIstoRIC DIstRICt Visit Morrill Hall, MacKay School of Mines and the Keck Museum to learn the history of this beautiful campus. Reservations required. 6 PM-8 PM • Meet at the University Honor Court • 9th and Center St. • 7474478 • historicreno.org • $10, FREE to HRPS members tuesDAy’s WIth moyA Artown opens the Lear Theater, inviting the community to come inside, tour and make suggestions how to make Moya’s dream come true! 6 PM-9 PM • The Lear Theater • 528 W. 13

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sWeet vIBRAtIons: “BellA voCe” Outstanding women’s chorus singing our favorite songs. 7 PM-8 PM • First United Methodist Church • 209 W. First St. • 322-4564 Donations accepted Celso mAChADo Sierra Nevada Guitar Society presents Brazilian guitarist and composer Celso Machado.

CARol FolvARy-AnDeRson ARtIst ReCeptIon Beautiful landscapes created in Oil Pastel Smudge. Demonstration at 4 PM. 3 PM-5 PM • Spanish Springs Library 7100A Pyramid Lake Hwy. • Sparks 721-5338 • varycarol.com • FREE “pleAse” A play by Bruce Lindsay directed by Pan Pantoja. This is a 21+ event. 6 PM-11 PM • The Underground 555 E. 4th St. • 410-5993 renounderground.com • $15

7 PM-8:30 PM • Trinity Episcopal Church • 200 Island Ave. • 298-1686 sierraguitar.org • Suggested donation $10-$20

JAzz In the gAlleRy Young and upcoming jazz musicians playing a range of jazz standards and original material.

steInWAy pIAno gAlleRy: A tRIp thRough euRope vIA pIAno Dr. Ron Williams, concert pianist, takes us on a musical journey to Austria and Spain.

6 PM-8 PM • Sierra Arts Gallery 17 S. Virginia, Ste. 120 • 329-2787 sierra-arts.org • FREE

7 PM-9 PM • Steinway Piano Gallery 500 E. Moana Ln. • 829-0600 spgreno.com • FREE

Wednesday: 11 DIsCoveR moDeRn DAnCe See a short performance with the Four Rooms Dance Collective. Children learn to create a dance of their own to be shared with the audience. Performance followed by a “green art” project by Jan Selleck. 9:30 AM-11:30 AM • McKinley Arts and Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

loCAl ReADIngs AnD mIngle Kyle Chandler-Isacksen, Julie Hunter, Mary Jean Kelso, E Andrew Martonyi and more. Space limited. Reserve in advance by calling 828-2665. 10:30 AM-12 PM • Grassroots Books 660 E. Grove St. • 828-2665 grassrootsbooks.com • FREE Reno munICIpAl BAnD Relax fand enjoy the great outdoors, listening to songs from all eras by this volunteer band. 12 PM-1 PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 334-2414 • FREE

eRIC kAo, unR gRADuAte Performs popular classical favorites. Program will include Beethoven, Chopin, Schubert, and Rachmaninoff. 7 PM-8:30 PM • Steinway Piano Gallery 500 E. Moana Ln. • 829-0600 spgreno.com • FREE “house”: the sCI-FI opeRA A children’s opera filled with hilarious characters, fun words and a positive social message ending with the Reno Video Game Symphony. 7:30 PM-9 PM • Robert Z. Hawkins Amphitheater • 6000 Bartley Ranch Rd. • 786-4046 • nevadaopera.org FREE WoRlD musIC seRIes: DelhI 2 DuBlIn Dubbed the “United Nations of rock’n roll,” playing an energetic mash-up of Bhangra, Celtic, Dub, Reggae and Electronica with global rhythms and club beats. Sponsored by Tahoe Resources Inc., Hometown Health and Friends of Artown, Official host hotel is John Ascuaga’s Nugget. 7:30 PM-9 PM • Wingfield Park 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-1538 renoisartown.com • FREE

thursday: 12 DIsCoveR peRCussIon Three members of the Reno Philharmonic Orchestra demonstrate and perform on a

variety of percussion instruments different styles of music. A percussion petting zoo follows.

ReggAe/CAlypso musIC nIght Performed by Carpenter’s Music world customers, students, teachers and friends.

9:30 AM-11:30 AM • McKinley Arts and Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. 3221538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

6 PM-8 PM • Carpenter’s Music World 2700 S. Virginia St. • 852-7618 carpentersmusic.com • FREE

“thRough BIpolAR eyes, A ChIlD’s vIeW” ARtIst’s ReCeptIon Join 11-year-old Haylee Davis, diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder at age 7, as she shares her digitally enhanced photos with the public for the first time.

An evenIng oF musIC At sunDAnCe A performance by youth musicians. Your ears will be delighted, your fingers will be a-snappin and your feet will be a-tappin’.

4 PM-6 PM • VSA Nevada at the Lake Mansion • 250 Court St. • 826-6100 vsanevada.org • FREE JAzz At Reno lIttle theAteR Local favorite Judith Ames on vocals and Rocky Tatarelli on tenor sax, with a trio of jazz musicians performing a selection of Jazz and Latin tunes. 4:30 PM-6 PM • The New Reno Little Theater • 147 E. Pueblo St. • 225-1071 judithames.com • $5

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“DementIA” the musICAl A bittersweet look at love, life and death and beyond. This performance tells of the joys and heartbreaks that accompany the aging process. 7 PM-8 PM • Steinway Piano Gallery 500 E. Moana Ln. • 829-0600 spgreno.com • Donations accepted

homeWARD BounD expRessIons This exhibit will feature art created at the Family Shelter during Very Special Arts Nevada art workshops and poetry created by UNR professors.

Ageless RepeRtoRy pResents: “shAkespeARe In hollyWooD” Warner Brothers attempt to produce “A Mid-Summers Night Dream” in a movie, without the success they hoped. A hilarious play where love and comedy abound.

5 PM-7 PM • Church Fine Arts • 1664 N. Virginia • 322-7143 • voa-nv.org FREE

7 PM-9 PM • Circles Edge for Spiritual Living • 1117 California Ave. • 345-7323 Donations accepted

FReD ReID & RIChARD JACkson ARtIst ReCeptIon All day in the studio demonstrating sculptural techniques in clay. Later that evening, they will show their incendiary Raku firing.

ImpRov-o-potAmus Meet The Utility Players for hard-hitting improv comedy in the style of “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” Mature audiences 18+

5:30 PM-7:30 PM • The Wedge Ceramics Studio • 2095 Dickerson Rd. 770-4770 thewedgeceramics.com • FREE “pleAse” A play by Bruce Lindsay directed by Pan Pantoja. This is a 21+ event. 6 PM-10 PM • The Underground • 555 E. 4th St. • 410-5993 • renounderground. com • $15 voCAl ARtWoRks Singing hot and cool jazz. 6 PM-6:30 PM • Reno-Tahoe International Airport • 2001 E. Plumb Ln. • 328-6400 renoairport.com • FREE open gAlleRIes At the montAge New works from three local artists. Enjoy an evening of art, music and refreshments. 6 PM-8 PM • The Montage • 225 N. Sierra St. • 329-2800 • FREE

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6:30 PM-8 PM • Sundance Books and Music • 121 California Ave. • 786-1188 sundancebookstore.com • FREE

7:30 PM-9 PM • Pioneer Underground 100 S. Virginia St. • 322-5233 renotahoecomedy.com • $12 advance, $16 at the door gooD luCk mACBeth pResents: “the tempest” Exile! An enchanted island! Matchmaking! A wind sprite! Magic! Shipwrecks! Moon men! Comedy? You bet! It’s Shakespeare at his best. 7:30 PM-9:30 PM • Good Luck Macbeth 119 N. Virginia St. • 322-3716 goodluckmacbeth.org • $14-$20 BRukA theAtRe pRResents: “oRpheus DesCenDIng” Explosive Tennessee Williams at his most passionate. 8 PM-10 PM • Bruka Theatre • 99 N. Virginia St. • 323-3221 • bruka.org $16 student, $18 general pre-sale, $20 at the door 15

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Dancing in the Park: Black rock Dance comPany “Kaleidoscope” a blend of modern-jazz and contemporary dance movement pieces. Featuring popular Jazz singer CeCe Gable and others. 8 PM-9:30 PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 851-0808 inmotionstudioofdance.com • FREE

Friday: 13 ageless rePertory Presents: “shakesPeare in hollywooD” Warner Brothers attempt to produce “A Mid-Summers Night Dream” in a movie, without the success they hoped. A hilarious play where love and comedy abound. 1 PM-4 PM • Circles Edge for Spiritual Living • 1117 California Ave. • 3457323 • Donations accepted Discover raPPin’ rats Life sized puppets deliver safety messages by rappin’ and dancin’. Make a beautiful butterfly mobile. 1:30 PM-3:30 PM • Neil Road Recreation Center Gymnasium • 3925 Neil Rd. • 322-1538 • renoisartown. com • FREE PiPes on the river organ recital A weekly recital on Trinity’s CasavantFreres pip organ, the largest pipe organ in northern Nevada. 12 PM-1 PM • Trinity Episcopal Church 200 Island Ave. • 329-4279 TrinityReno.org • FREE reno municiPal BanD Relax and enjoy the great outdoors, listening to songs from all eras. 12 PM-1 PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 334-2414 • FREE the riversiDe artist loFts oPen stuDios Open studios of some of the 35 residents of The Riverside Artist Lofts, as well as a tour of Sierra Arts.

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5 PM-7 PM • Sierra Arts Gallery 17 S. Virginia, Ste. 120 • 329-2787 facebook.com/pages/Art-Slaves-Showand-Sale • FREE

7:30 PM-10 PM • The New Reno Little Theater • 147 E. Pueblo St. • 813-8900 renolittletheater.org • $15 general, $12 student/senior/military

8 PM-9:30 PM • First United Methodist Church • 209 W. First St. • 298-1686 sierraguitar.org • Suggested donation $10-$20

rollin’ on the river: the gosPel hummingBirDs The RN&R’s popular summer music series celebrates its 17th year.

nevaDa oPera Presents: “the great grey ghost oF olD sPook lane” Children’s musical with an important message about accepting people and their differences.

long Form imProv show Empire Comedy: Improv Comedy Show. 100 percent improvised every time. Recommended for 17+.

5:30 PM-8 PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 324-4440 • renonewsreview.com • FREE high Desert harmony Vocal Performance of local Reno-Tahoe women’s four-part barbershop harmony is part of Sweet Adelines International. 6 PM-6:30 PM • Reno-Tahoe International Airport • 2001 E. Plumb Ln. • 328-6400 • renoairport.com FREE an evening oF chanting From BuDDhist traDitions Joyful chanting from Jodo Shin, Tibetan, Zen and other Buddhist traditions. 6 PM-7 PM • Reno Buddhist Center 820 Plumas St. • 348-6603 renobuddhistchurch.org • FREE BarBara Baxter sings A delightful evening of soul laced jazz paired with wine in the cool breeze. 6 PM-8:30 PM • L’uva Bella Wine Gallery • 1395 S. Virginia St. • 8511110 • FREE americana music Festival in historic virginia city 5th Annual Americana Music Festival featuring “roots” music and dance. July 13-15. 7 PM-10 PM • Virginia City • 847-0254 americanafest.org • $20 per venue the magic oF artown A fun filled evening of magic on this special Friday the 13th. See things appear, disappear, transform, transport, levitate and experience a little mind reading too.

4 PM-8 PM • Riverside Artist Lofts • 17 S. Virginia St. • 219-4837 • FREE

7 PM-8:15 PM • McKinley Arts and Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. highsierramagic.com • FREE

art slaves recePtion A group exhibition featuring fine art, music and written word created by communication professionals from the Truckee Meadows.

reno little theater Presents: noel cowarD’s “Private lives” A classic story of a couple who “can’t live with or without each other.” Suitable for teens and adults.

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7:30 PM-8:30 PM • Sarah Winnemucca Elementary School • 1349 Backer Way 786-4046 • nevadaopera.org • FREE theatreworks oF northern nevaDa Presents: “curiosity cat” The tale of misplaced children and homeless cats. 7:30 PM-9 PM • Laxalt Auditorium 401 West 2nd St. • 284-0789 • twnn.org $10 general, $7 students/seniors gooD luck macBeth Presents: “the temPest” Exile! An enchanted island! Matchmaking! A wind sprite! Magic! Shipwrecks! Moon men! Comedy? You bet! It’s Shakespeare at his best. 7:30 PM-9:30 PM • Good Luck Macbeth 119 N. Virginia St. • 322-3716 goodluckmacbeth.org • $14-$20 Bruka theatre Presents: “orPheus DescenDing” Explosive Tennessee Williams at his most passionate. 8 PM-10 PM • Bruka Theatre • 99 N. Virginia St. • 323-3221 • bruka.org $16 student, $18 general pre-sale, $20 at the door river lights Dance exhiBition Drop your superstitions and come enjoy a night of dancing with lights along the Truckee River. A range of styles including modern, belly, hoop and fire dancing. 8 PM-11:30 PM • River School Farm 7777 White Fir St. • 747-2222 riverschool.info • $10 Burner mingle: Q&a, art cars anD Documentary movies Understand the iconic burning Man event without getting dusty. Film rated for mature audiences. 8 PM-9:30 PM • Grassroots Books 660 E. Grove St. • 828-2665 grassrootsbooks.com • FREE marc teicholz Described by Gramophone as “arguably the best of the new young guitarists to have emerged.” Presented by the Sierra Nevada Guitar Society.

9 PM-10:45 PM • Good Luck Macbeth 119 N. Virginia St. • 530-414-0050 empireimprov.com • $5 movies in the Park: “a night at the oPera” It’s opera onstage and onscreen tonight! Members of the Nevada Opera will perform as a prelude to one of filmdom’s classic comedies. The Marx Brothers considered this their best film. Rated G. Sponsored by the University of Phoenix. 9 PM-11 PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-1538 renoisartown.com • FREE

saturday: 14 Dances to Fitness By z BoDy Fitness Multicultural dance and fitness performances from international countries in which people can participate or watch. 10 AM-2 PM • Reno Ballroom • 6579263 • zbodyfitness.com • $20 envision Presents: get in the mix; Drums, Dance anD Flags A production influenced by the Broadway Hits “BLAST” & “STOMP.” 11 AM-12:30 PM • Reno High School 395 Booth St. • 232-4083 eNVisionArts.org • FREE americana music Festival in historic virginia city 5th Annual Americana Music Festival featuring “roots” music and dance. July 1315. Events take place throughout the town of Virginia City. 12 PM-10 PM • Virginia City • 847-0254 americanafest.org • $20 per venue 2012 reno rose society rose show: “roses in art” Photography contest with horticulture exhibits. Face-off: Oriental vs. Western at 1 PM. Exhibits of roses that grow well in Truckee Meadows. Wine tasting from 2-4PM (fee for tasting). 12 PM-5 PM • VSA Nevada at the Lake Mansion • 250 Court St. • 746-1140 renorosesociety.org • FREE 17

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nevaDa oPera Presents: “the great grey ghost oF olD sPook lane” Children’s musical with an important message about accepting people and their differences. 1 PM-2 PM • Terry Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum • 490 S. Center St. 786-4046 • nevadaopera.org • FREE reno little theater Presents: “the thirteen clocks” James Thurber’s fairy tale, parable and poem. Children and adults will be dazzled. 2 PM-3 PM • Laxalt Auditorium 401 West 2nd St. • 329-0661 renolittletheater.org • FREE guitar Jam with Don kay Music Under the Trees! Don Kay plays the music of the last six decades on guitar. Space is limited. 2 PM-4 PM • The Villas in Sparks 1900 E. Prater Way, Sparks • 3597700 • FREE reno little theater Presents: “the thirteen clocks” James Thurber’s fairy tale, parable and poem. Children and adults will be dazzled. 4 PM-5 PM • Laxalt Auditorium 401 West 2nd St. • 813-8900 renolittletheater.org • FREE PawsPective art show Artists present their vision of wildlife, pets, and nature. A portion of the proceeds from art sales will directly benefit the homeless pets at Nevada Humane Society. 4 PM-7 PM • Nevada Humane Society 2825-B Longley Ln. • 856-2000 nevadahumanesociety.org • FREE PoPs on the river “PoPs rocks!” An eclectic concoction of themes, decorations, costumes, awards and prizes, good food and wine with your favorite Broadway hits performed by guest artists Lakisha Jones and Robert Evan accompanied by the Reno Philharmonic. 5 PM-11 PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. and Arlington Ave. • 240-8282 renophil.com/popsontheriver $10-$5,000

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art BomB! Eclectic Art Gallery with musical entertainment. Presented by Shirley Evans. Featuring: Glynn Cartledge, Ken Mave, Laura Weatherington and more. 5:30 PM-11 PM • Studio on 4th • 432 E. Second St. • 786-6460 Studio4th.com • FREE michael Feinstein Michael Feinstein, the multi-platinumselling, five-time Grammy-nominated entertainer dubbed “The Ambassador of the Great American Songbook.” 9 PM-11 PM • Celebrity Showroom at the Nugget • 1100 Nugget Ave. • 3563300 • janugget.com • $69 sage heart The musical duo of Kate Hanlon and Stephen Jacobs are described as folk music with a contemporary edge. 6 PM-9 PM • Studio on 4th • 432 E. Second St. • 786-6460 Studio4th.com • FREE s.t.a.r.s. anD souls aFire singers Come and join as they rock the house singing everything from Motown to Gershwin to Ave Maria. 7 PM-9 PM • Center for Spiritual Living 4685 Lakeside Dr. • 826-0566 starsfoundation.net • $12 adults, $8 student/seniors reno little theater Presents: noel cowarD’s “Private lives” A classic story of a couple who “can’t live with or without each other”. Suitable for teens and adults. 7:30 PM-10 PM • The New Reno Little Theater • 147 E. Pueblo St. • 813-8900 renolittletheater.org • $15 general, $12 student/senior/military theatreworks oF northern nevaDa Presents: “curiosity cat” The tale of displaced children and homeless cats. 7:30 PM-9 PM • Laxalt Auditorium 401 West 2nd St. • 284-0789 twnn.org • $10 general, $7 students/ seniors gooD luck macBeth Presents: “the temPest” Exile! An enchanted island! Matchmaking! A wind sprite! Magic! Shipwrecks! Moon men! Comedy? You bet! It’s Shakespeare at his best.

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7:30 PM-9:30 PM • Good Luck Macbeth 119 N. Virginia St. • 322-3716 goodluckmacbeth.org • $14-$20 Bruka theatre Presents: “orPheus DescenDing” Explosive Tennessee Williams at his most passionate. Mature themes. 8 PM-10 PM • Bruka Theatre • 99 N. Virginia St. • 323-3221 • bruka.org $16 student, $18 general pre-sale, $20 at the door “no oFFense...But” comeDy anD Discussion A comedy experience like no other. Five comics doing stand-up touching on socially relevant issues in comedy. Rated teen and adult. Presented by Thirstygenius. net. 8 PM-10 PM • Swill Coffee & Wine 3366 Lakeside Dr. • 215-651-2350 thirstygenius.net • $10 reno noise night This is real-time experimental sound compositions. Performers have five minute chunks of time wherein they attempt to blow the listeners mind. 8 PM-11 PM • 1995 Gallery • 1995 Dickerson Rd. • 686-8201 renoartworks.org • FREE

sunday: 15 insPireD By nature Award-winning Silver Sage artists Joe Donohue (wood turner), Barbara Uriu (jewler), and Patricia Wallis (oil painter) will show their work inspired by Nevada’s natural landscape and resources. 10 AM-4 PM • The Brick House at Bartley Ranch • 6000 Bartley Ranch Rd. • 3457693 • silversageartists.org • FREE art Paws Pets bring your people to the Art Paws Canine Carnival. Animal-related artists, pet products and services. 10 AM-5 PM • McKinley Arts and Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. • 722-9914 ArtPawsReno.com • FREE

americana music Festival in historic virginia city 5th Annual Americana Music Festival featuring “roots” music and dance. July 1315. Events take place throughout the town of Virginia City. 12 PM-7 PM • Virginia City • 847-0254 americanafest.org • $20 per venue reno little theater Presents: “the thirteen clocks” James Thurber’s fairy tale, parable and poem. Children and adults will be dazzled. 2 PM-3 PM • Laxalt Auditorium 401 West 2nd St. • 813-8900 renolittletheater.org • FREE theatreworks oF northern nevaDa Presents: “curiosity cat” The tale of displaced children and homeless cats. 2 PM-3:30 PM • Laxalt Auditorium 401 West 2nd St. • 284-0789 • twnn.org $10 general, $7 students and seniors Bruka theatre: “orPheus DescenDing” Explosive Tennessee Williams at his most passionate. 2 PM-4 PM • Bruka Theatre • 99 N. Virginia St. • 323-3221 • bruka.org $16 student, $18 general pre-sale, $20 at the door reno little theater Presents: noel cowarD’s “Private lives” A classic story of a couple who “can’t live with or without each other.” Suitable for teens and adults. 2 PM-4:30 PM • The New Reno Little Theater • 147 E. Pueblo St. • 813-8900 renolittletheater.org • $15 general, $12 student/senior/military ravens anD roses Singing and comedy in the authentic style of the Renaissance period, dressed in full Renaissance costumes. 2:30 PM-3 PM • Reno-Tahoe International Airport • 2001 E. Plumb Ln. • 328-6400 renoairport.com • FREE

Jazz Brunch with reno youth Jazz orchestra Catch a live jazz performance hosted by KUNR Radio and dine from the à la carte brunch menu from Café Musée.

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11 AM-1 PM • Nevada Museum of Art 160 W. Liberty St. • 329.3333 nevadaart.org • FREE

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reno little theater Presents: “the thirteen clocks” James Thurber’s fairy tale, parable and poem. Children and adults will be dazzled. 4 PM-5 PM • Laxalt Auditorium 401 West 2nd St. • 813-8900 renolittletheater.org • FREE toccata Presents the northstar chamBer Players in concert Performing works by Bach, Saint-Saens, Brauer and Muller. 4 PM-6 PM • Steinway Gallery 500 E. Moana Ln. • 313-9697 • toccatatahoe. com • $20 adults, $25 preferred, $5 students 19-25, 18 and younger free oPera in Blue Jeans: “Die FleDermaus Party “ Act II of “Die Fledermaus.” Special guests will sing favorite songs from Broadway, musicals and operas at Prince Orlofsky’s ball. 7 PM-9 PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 786-4046 • FREE Preservation hall Jazz BanD 50th anniversary celeBration with sPecial guests Del mccoury BanD anD trey mcintyre ProJect Preservation Hall is a national treasure of traditional New Orleans jazz music. The Del McCoury Band is a worldclass bluegrass ensemble that performs original and traditional compositions. The Trey McIntyre Project explores the human experience in transformative and captivating ways through the movement of dance. Together, they create a seamless blend of soul-lifting traditional harmonies and movement. Sponsored by IGT and Grand Sierra Resort. 8 PM-12 PM • Grand Sierra Resort 2500 E. Second St. • 322-1538 renoisartown.com • $30, $45, $60

monday: 16 Discover a DiFFerent kinD oF music camP A different kind of Music Camp. A weeklong high energy program is part “stomp, bob and shout”, part percussion lessons and rehearsals for a performance at Artown’s Monday Night Music Series. Advance registration required. 9:30 AM-11:30 AM • McKinley Arts and Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

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(jeweler), and Patricia Wallis (oil painter) will show their work inspired by Nevada’s natural landscape and resources.

ethnic reno: west siDe walking tour Chinese herbal shops, Judaism’s early days and a rich African-American heritage come alive on this tour. Reservations are required.

10 AM-4 PM • The Brick House at Bartley Ranch • 6000 Bartley Ranch Rd. • 3457693 • silversageartists.org • FREE

9 AM-11 AM • West Street Market 148 West St., • 747-4478 historicreno.org • $10, FREE to HRPS members art in the garDen Talented local artists in a unique garden setting with works available for purchase. A percentage of proceeds benefits Friends of Washoe County Library. 9 AM-4 PM • 1280 Monroe St. 323-6773 • washoelibraryfriends.org FREE art on the hill A first-time event presenting Reno-area fine craft artists hosted by Jill Altmann and Ryrie Valdez. Treat yourself to a day of delight and discovery. 9 AM-4 PM • 2325 Diamond J Place 827-5757 • FREE yart sale A local Reno alliance of artists selling various arts and crafts. 20 percent of proceeds goes to benefit the programs at VSArts of Reno. 9 AM-4 PM • 1420 Mt. Rose St. 379-0186 • FREE giving art Visit with friends and local artists while you shop in a beautiful yard and garden setting.

caliFornia avenue artist’s market A marketplace for local and regional artists who have a desire to share their unique talents with the community. Art demonstrations. 11 AM-3 PM • 247 California Ave. in the Cheese Board parking lot • 338-1995 calave.org • FREE Portrait sketches, exhiBit anD Demo Quick 15 to 30 minute portraits in the church’s courtyard for a donation. You may also see a portrait being painted inside the church’s parlor using a live model as well as the exhibit, “Hats off to Artown”. 11 AM-4 PM • First United Methodist Church • 209 W. First St. • 322-4564 renofirstmethodist.org • Donations accepted a very sPecial art recePtion Enjoy more than 300 pieces of student artwork created during VSA Nevada workshops in 60 special education Washoe County and Carson City classrooms during the 2011-12 school year. Light refreshments. 2 PM-3:30 PM • Northwest Reno Library • 2325 Robb Dr. • 787-4100 washoecountylibrary.us • FREE

9 AM-5 PM • 701 Brown St. 322-0203 • FREE

lamP anD sculPture show Fine wines and rustic art. Crazy Hacienda is here and it’s time you check out this crazy style fusion art and decor.

insPireD By nature Award-winning Silver Sage artists Joe Donohue (wood turner), Barbara Uriu

3 PM-7 PM • Micano Home and Garden Deocr • 1350 S. Virginia St. • 329-6422 FREE

reno municiPal BanD Relax and enjoy the great outdoors, listening to songs from all eras. 12 PM-1 PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 334-2414 • FREE

reno youth Jazz orchestra i Musical performance of top middle and high school jazz talent in the Reno-Sparks, Carson and Tahoe communities. 2:30 PM-3:30 PM • Reno-Tahoe International Airport • 2001 E. Plumb Ln. 328-6400 • renoairport.com • FREE culinary arts at camPo Nine local chefs compete for the

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“Culinary Artist” award in weekly culinary arts contests. The contests include: Chefs on the Edge, Name that Product, Mystery Basket Menu and Foodie Jeopardy. 5 PM-6:30 PM • Campo • 50 N. Sierra St. • 737-9555 • camporeno.com FREE artown Family Festival Start in the Park at 5 pm with many child friendly activities. Register for face painting at renoisartown.com. 5 PM-7 PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-1538 renoisartown.com • FREE Family series: Bam Percussion “the Blue Barrel show” The art of comedy-percussion. From beginning to end, The Blue Barrel Show electrifies the crowd with its powerful rhythms and its deliriously funny sketches. Sponsored by Sierra Nevada College and The Thelma & Thomas Hart Foundation. Official host hotel John Ascuaga’s Nugget. 7 PM-8 PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-1538 renoisartown.com • FREE allan Fuller, solo Piano Join pianist Allan Fuller, as he returns for an unforgettable evening devoted to solo piano music of Mozart and Chopin. 6 PM-7 PM • Steinway Piano Gallery 500 E. Moana Ln. • 829-0600 spgreno.org • Donations accepted thakur chakraPani singh Sierra Nevada Guitar Society presents this innovative Kachhapi Veena player, Indian classical guitarist. 7 PM-8:30 PM • First United Methodist Church • 209 W. First St. • 298-1686 Sierraguitar.org • Suggested donation $10-$20 theatreworks oF northern nevaDa Presents: “curiosity cat” The tale of displaced children and homeless cats. 7 PM-9 PM • Renown Hospital South Meadows • 10101 Double R Blvd. 284-0789 • twnn.org • FREE monDay night music series: university oF nevaDa school oF arts An evening of music from both the classical and jazz facility members. Sponsored by Robert Z. Hawkins Foundation, Albright, Persing & Associates, LTD. and Washoe County. 21

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7:30 PM-10 PM • Robert Z. Hawkins Amphitheater • 6000 Bartley Ranch Rd. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com FREE

tuesday: 17 Discover a DiFFerent kinD oF music camP A different kind of Music Camp. A weeklong high energy program is part “stomp, bob and shout”, part percussion lessons and rehearsals for a performance at Artown’s Family Series. Advance registration required. 9:30 AM-11:30 AM • McKinley Arts and Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE celeBration oF youth silver state young chautauQua Festival Enjoy Chautauqua performances along with arts and crafts. Bring a picnic and enjoy the festivities under the Big Tent. 9:30 AM-12:30 PM • Rancho San Rafael Park • 1595 N. Sierra St. 623-7792 • facebook.com/ silverstateyoungchautauqua • FREE

ageless rePertory Presents: “annoyance” No one alive has as many problems as Ethan. Psychiatrists attempt to cure his numerous maladies to a surprising end. Mature audiences. 1 PM-4 PM • Circles Edge for Spiritual Living • 1117 California St. • 345-7323 Donations accepted

celeBration oF youth silver state young chautauQua Festival Enjoy Chautauqua performances along with arts and crafts. Bring a picnic dinner and enjoy the festivities under the Big Tent. 6 PM-9 PM • Rancho San Rafael Park 1595 N. Sierra St. • 6237792 • www.facebook.com/ silverstateyoungchautauqua • FREE tuesDay’s with moya Artown opens the Lear Theater, inviting the community to come inside, tour and make suggestions how to make Moya’s dream come true! 6 PM-9 PM • The Lear Theater • 528 W. 1st St. • 322-1538 renoisartown.com • FREE sweet viBrations: BrassakwarDs Fun evenining with the band’s Artown favorites. 7 PM-8 PM • First United Methodist Church • 209 W. First St. • 322-4564 Donations accepted night oF a thousanD voices: organ, choir anD strings The Trinity Church chorus accompanied by the organ and strings presents a concert of music for your listening enjoyment. 7 PM-8:30 PM • Trinity Episcopal Church • 200 Island Ave. • 329-4279 trinityreno.org • FREE

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Rafael Park • 1595 N. Sierra St. 623-7792 • facebook.com/ silverstateyoungchautauqua • FREE reno municiPal BanD Relax and enjoy the great outdoors, listening to songs from all eras. 12 PM-1 PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 334-2414 • FREE stan the man on keyBoarD Stan the Man is a one man keyboard show. Cookies and juice provided. 2:30 PM-3:30 PM • The Arbors 2121 E. Prater Way, Sparks • 331-2229 arbormemorycare.com • FREE the riversiDe artist loFts oPen stuDios Open studios of some of the 35 residents of The Riverside Artist Lofts, as well as a tour of Sierra Arts. 4 PM-8 PM • Riverside Artist Lofts • 17 S. Virginia St. • 219-4837 • FREE atria Presents Palettes anD PoPsicles Atria presents “Palettes & Popsicles,” the art of aging has never been so cool. Pastels, paintings and gourmet popsicles. 5 PM-6:30 PM • Atria Summit Ridge 4880 Summit Ridge Dr. • 787-3000 momentsofmemory.org • FREE Jazz in the gallery Young and upcoming jazz musicians playing a range of jazz standards and original material. 6 PM-8 PM • Sierra Arts Gallery • 17 S. Virginia, Ste. 120 • 329-2787 • sierraarts.org • FREE

Back to the ‘80s: the note-aBles More than 60 local musicians of all ages and abilities come together in front to perform 80s pop, New Wave and rock ‘n’ roll hits that are sure to get everyone up and dancing.

Discover a DiFFerent kinD oF music camP A different kind of Music Camp. A weeklong high energy program is part “stomp, bob and shout”, part percussion lessons and rehearsals for a performance at Artown’s Family Series. Advance registration required.

6 PM-8 PM • McKinley Arts and Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. • note-ables. org • Suggested donation $5

9:30 AM-11:30 AM • McKinley Arts and Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

6 PM-9 PM • Rancho San Rafael Park 1595 N. Sierra St. • 623-7792 facebook.com/ silverstateyoungchautauqua • FREE

celeBration oF youth silver state young chautauQua Festival Step back in history as you enjoy various Chautauqua performances along with arts and crafts. Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy the festivities with friends and family on the grass or under the Big Tent.

worlD music series: oliver mtukuDzi & the Black sPirits A genuine innovator of the Zimbabwean music scene, Oliver “Tuku” Mtukudzi balances rhythms and melodies with insightful lyrics to form politically and socially relevant music. Sponsored by Tahoe Resources Inc., Hometown Health, and Friends of Artown. Official host hotel is John Ascuaga’s Nugget.

el reno aPartment homes Visit the original site of these charming and unique homes and view seven of them at their new locations. Reservations are required. 6 PM-8 PM • Statewide Lighting parking lot • 1311 S. Virginia St. • 747-4478 historicreno.org • $10, FREE to HRPS members

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renoisartown.com • FREE Bruka theatre Presents: “orPheus DescenDing” Explosive Tennessee Williams at his most passionate. Mature themes. 8 PM-10 PM • Bruka Theatre • 99 N. Virginia St. • 323-3221 • bruka.org $16 student, $18 general pre-sale, $20 at the door

thursday: 19 Discover a DiFFerent kinD oF music camP A different kind of Music Camp. A weeklong high energy program is part “stomp, bob and shout”, part percussion lessons and rehearsals for a performance at Artown’s Family Series. Advanced registration required. 9:30 AM-11:30 AM • McKinley Arts and Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE celeBration oF youth silver state young chautauQua Festival Enjoy various Chautauqua performances along with arts and crafts. Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy the festivities under the Big Tent. 9:30 AM-12:30 PM • Rancho San Rafael Park • 1595 N. Sierra St. 842-6588 • facebook.com/ silverstateyoungchautauqua • FREE Black rock Design institute at the nevaDa museum oF art An evening reception with lectures exploring architecture and urban design. Networking and beer provided by Silver Peak start at 5PM, lecture starts at 6PM. 6 PM-7 PM • Nevada Museum of Art 160 W. Liberty St. • 329-3333 nevadaart.org • $10, $8 Museum Members young musicians showcase The Reno Philharmonic provides the general public with an inside look at the next generation of talent and an exciting performance opportunity. 6 PM-8 PM • The New Reno Little Theater 147 E. Pueblo St. • 323-6393 renophil.com • FREE celeBration oF youth silver state young chautauQua Festival Enjoy Chautauqua performances along with arts and crafts. Bring a picnic dinner and enjoy the festivities under the Big Tent. 6 PM-9 PM • Rancho San Rafael Park 1595 N. Sierra St. 623-7792 • facebook. 23

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a reaDing with claire vaye watkins Signs and presents her debut collection of short stories, “Battleborn.”

7:30 PM-10 PM • The New Reno Little Theater • 147 E. Pueblo St. • 813-8900 renolittletheater.org • $15 general, $12 student/senior/military

6:30 PM-8 PM • Sundance Books and Music • 121 California Ave. 786-1188 • sundancebookstore.com FREE

“imProv-o-Potamus” Meet The Utility Players for hard-hitting improv comedy in the style of “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” Mature audiences 18+.

local grouP art show A showcase of Reno Art Works resident artists best work.

7:30 PM-9 PM • Pioneer Underground 100 S. Virginia St. • 322-5233 renotahoecomedy.com • $12, $16 at the door.

7 PM-11 PM • 1995 Gallery 1995 Dickerson Rd. • 686-8201 renoartworks.org • FREE music anD art integration: local talent showcase Two local bands integrate art in different forms into their performance. 7 PM-11 PM • The Underground 555 E. 4th St. • 410-5993 • renounderground. com • Donations accepted “Dementia” the musical A bittersweet look at love, life and death and beyond. This performance tells of the joys and heartbreaks that accompany the aging process. 7 PM-8 PM • Steinway Piano Gallery 500 E. Moana Ln. • 829-0600 spgreno.com • Donations accepted ageless rePertory Presents: “annoyance” No one alive has as many problems as Ethan. Psychiatrists attempt to cure his numerous maladies to a surprising end. 7 PM-9 PM • Circles Edge for Spiritual Living • 1117 California Ave. • 3457323 • Donations accepted reno chamBer orchestra: the Four seasons x2 With violin sensation Bella Hristova, performing Antonio Vivaldi’s “The Four Seasons” and “Four Seasons of Buenos Aires” by Astor Piazzolla. 7 PM-9 PM • Nightingale Concert Hall 1664 N. Virginia St. • 348-9413 renochamberorchestra.org • $20 general, $5 students/youth reno little theater Presents: noel cowarD’s “Private lives” A classic story of a couple who “can’t live with or without each other.” Suitable

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gooD luck macBeth Presents: “the temPest” Exile! An enchanted island! Matchmaking! A wind sprite! Magic! Shipwrecks! Moon men! Comedy? You bet! It’s Shakespeare at his best. 7:30 PM-9:30 PM • Good Luck Macbeth 119 N. Virginia St. • 322-3716 goodluckmacbeth.org • $14 - $20 Bruka theatre Presents: “orPheus DescenDing” Explosive Tennessee Williams at his most passionate. Bruka celebrates Tennessee Williams Centennial. 8 PM-10 PM • Bruka Theatre • 99 N. Virginia St. • 323-3221 • bruka.org $16 student, $18 general pre-sale, $20 at the door Dancing in the Park: innerrhythms Dance theatre “the roaD to rememBrance” InnerRhythms Dance Theatre and RhythMatriX present “The Road to Remembrance,” an eclectic evening of dance as music, celebrating our 10th anniversary, we revisit past and present. 8 PM-9:30 PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • FREE

Friday: 20 Discover a DiFFerent kinD oF music camP A different kind of Music Camp. A weeklong high energy program is part “stomp, bob and shout”, part percussion lessons and rehearsals for a performance at Artown’s Monday Night Music Series. Advance registration required.

1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE celeBration oF youth silver state young chautauQua Festival Step back in history as you enjoy various Chautauqua performances along with arts and crafts. Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy the festivities under the Big Tent. 9:30 AM-12:30 PM • Rancho San Rafael Park • 1595 N. Sierra St. 623-7792 • facebook.com/ silverstateyoungchautauqua • FREE nevaDa shakesPeare Presents: “annie Jr.” Nevada Shakespeare Company and Sage Ridge School partner up to present one of the most lovable musicals of all time. 11 AM-12 PM • Sage Ridge School 2515 Crossbow Ct. • 852-6222 sageridge.org • Suggested donation $5 PiPes on the river organ recital A weekly recital on Trinity’s CasavantFreres pipe organ, the largest pipe organ in northern Nevada. 12 PM-1 PM • Trinity Episcopal Church 200 Island Ave. • 329-4279 TrinityReno.org • FREE reno municiPal BanD Bring a sack lunch and relax for an hour enjoying the great outdoors, listening to songs from all eras by this volunteer band. 12 PM-1 PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 334-2414 • FREE ageless rePertory Presents: “annoyance” No one alive has as many problems as Ethan. Psychiatrists attempt to cure his numerous maladies to a surprising end. Mature audiences. 1 PM-3 PM • Circles Edge for Spiritual Living • 1117 California Ave. • 345-7323 Donations accepted Discover “the snow BaBies” Young audiences watch a classical story performance by the Fairytale Ballet dancers, “The Snow Babies”. Then learn and perform a short dance routine.

artown at siena Join us in the Down Under for an art and music experience. C&B railroad and the art of local artisans. 5 PM-11 PM • Siena Hotel Spa Casino 1 Lake St. • FREE recycleD art tour See different recycled art along the river and through the grounds. 5:30 PM-6:30 PM • River School Farm 7777 White Fir St. • 747-2222 riverschool.info • $5 reno PoPs Brass section Come join the lively sounds as they welcome passengers. 5:30 PM-6:30 PM • Reno-Tahoe International Airport • 2001 E. Plumb Ln. 328-6400 • renoairport.com FREE rollin’ on the river: the reD elvises The RN&R’s popular summer music series celebrates its 17th year. 5:30 PM-8 PM • Wingfield Park 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 324-4440 newsreview.com/reno • FREE “the salon: art anD revolutions” Art and revolutions. Nevada Humanities presents “The Salon,” a gathering where a select group of panelists and the audience have a conversation about this thoughtprovoking topic. 6 PM-8 PM • Sundance Books and Music • 21 California Ave. • 784-6587 nevadahumanities.org • FREE coeur D’alene art auction: cocktail Party Preview event. Specializing in classical and contemporary western, sporting and wildlife art, representing past masters and established contemporaries. 6 PM-8 PM • Silver Legacy Resort Casino Grand Exposition Hall 407 N. Virginia St. • 786-1700 cdaartauction.com • $60

1:30 PM-3:30 PM • McKinley Arts and Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

celeBration oF youth silver state young chautauQua Festival Step back in history as you enjoy various Chautauqua performances along with arts and crafts. Bring a picnic and enjoy the festivities under the Big Tent.

nevaDa shakesPeare Presents: “annie Jr.” One of the most lovable musicals of all time.

6 PM-9 PM • Rancho San Rafael Park 1595 N. Sierra St. • 623-7792 facebook.com/silverstateyoungchautauqua FREE

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an evening with Danny wright Performing his magical blend of contemporary, classical and jazz compositions. 7 PM-8:30 PM • Steinway Piano Gallery • 500 E. Moana Ln. • 8290600 • $15 the maytan music center senior concert BanD Enjoy the big band sounds and songs you know with a hoppin’ local band of senior musicians. 7 PM-8:30 PM • Reno Christian Fellowship • 1700 Zolezzi Ln. • 8534234 • Donations accepted sage heart The musical duo of Kate Hanlon and Stephen Jacobs are described as folk music with a contemporary edge. 7 PM-9 PM • The Isles • 809 S. Center St. • 384-1804 • theislesonline.com FREE reno little theater Presents: noel cowarD’s “Private lives” A classic story of a couple who “can’t live with or without each other.” Suitable for teens and adults. 7:30 PM-10 PM • The New Reno Little Theater • 147 E. Pueblo St. • 813-8900 renolittletheater.org • $15 general, $12 student/senior/military gooD luck macBeth Presents: “the temPest” Exile! An enchanted island! Matchmaking! A wind sprite! Magic! Shipwrecks! Moon men! Comedy? You bet! It’s Shakespeare at his best. 7:30 PM-9:30 PM • Good Luck Macbeth 119 N. Virginia St. • 322-3716 goodluckmacbeth.org • $14-$20 Bruka theatre Presents: “orPheus DescenDing” Explosive Tennessee Williams at his most passionate. 8 PM-10 PM • Bruka Theatre • 99 N. Virginia St. • 323-3221 • bruka.org $16 student, $18 general pre-sale, $20 at the door “reach”: a conscious Dance exPerience to the live music oF manDra With the trio Mandra: meaning pleasant, charming and sweet sounds in Sanskrit.

8 PM-11:30 PM • River School Farm 7777 White Fir St. • 747-2222 riverschool.info • $10 a.v.a. Ballet Presents: “vortex” the Ballet that rocks Ballet grace and passionate rock to dance and alternative music. Teens and adults. 8:30 PM-10 PM • Robert Z. Hawkins Amphitheater • 6000 Bartley Ranch Rd. 686-6600 • avaballet.com • $15-$40, discounts for seniors/children long Form imProv show Recommended for 17 and older. 9 PM-10:45 PM • Good Luck Macbeth 119 N. Virginia St. • 530-414-0050 empireimprov.com • $5 movies in the Park: “strictly Ballroom” From inventive Australian filmmaker Baz Luhrmann comes this splashy and spirited musical comedy about a young, ambitious ballroom dancer who defies tradition. Rated PG. Sponsored by the University of Phoenix. 9 PM-11 PM • Wingfield Park 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-1538 renoisartown.com • FREE

saturday: 21 BeyonD the arches This tour links the downtown Reno arches with the town: railroad and mining, immigrants, as a notorious divorce and gambling mecca — and now as a livable cultural hub. Reservations required. 9 AM-11 AM • National Automobile Museum front lawn, Lake Street entrance • 10 S. Lake St. • 747-4478 historicreno.org • FREE• Reservations required 2nD annual Flint street Festival Arts, crafts and more plus tours of the historic Lake Mansion. 10 AM-5 PM • Flint Street at the Lake Mansion • Flint St./Court St./Arlington Ave. at the Lake Mansion • 826-6100 vsanevada.org • FREE BasQue Festival Featuring traditional Basque food, folk dancing, live music, weight lifting exhibiton and competitions in weight carrying and wood chopping. Audience

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10 AM-5 PM • Wingfield Park 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 762-3577 http:renobasqueclub.org • FREE

2 PM-8 PM • Siena Hotel Spa Casino 1 Lake St. • FREE

greater reno stamP & cover show Local and national exhibitors present their themed and historical compositions illustrated with postal history of the world. 10 AM-6 PM • National Bowling Stadium 300 N. Center St. • 246-4769 • home. earthlink.net/~renostamp • FREE coeur D’alene art auction Classical and contemporary western, sporting and wildlife art representing past masters and established contemporaries. Cost is for two and includes auction catalog. 12 PM-5 PM • Silver Legacy Resort Casino Grand Exposition Hall 407 N. Virginia St. • 786-1700 cdaartauction.com • $60 lerue’s avenues oF aPProach Meet authors, artists and samples of giclee and other artistic productions including a poetry slam. 1 PM-5 PM • LeRue Press • 280 Greg St. #10 • 849-3814 • lrpnv.com • FREE “automorPhosis”: an art car Film By harroD Blank The Nevada Museum of Art presents AUTOMORPHOSIS, an Art Car film by Harrod Blank. 2 PM-3 PM • Nevada Museum of Art • 160 W. Liberty St. • 329-3333 nevadaart.org • $10, $8 Museum members the riversiDe artist loFts oPen stuDios Open studios of some of the 35 residents of The Riverside Artist Lofts, as well as a tour of Sierra Arts. 2 PM-6 PM • Riverside Artist Lofts • 17 S. Virginia St. • 219-4837 • FREE vinegogh wine walk A popular Wine Walk along the Truckee River with an art flare. Come dressed as your favorite artist. Tickets available at participating merchants. 2 PM-6 PM • River Walk District downtown businesses along the river walk • 825-WALK • renoriver.org • $20 artown at siena Join us in the Down Under for an art and music experience. C&B railroad and the

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arts in Bloom 40-60 artist booths and live entertainment. 2 PM-8 PM • Victorian Square • 3534098 • sparksrec.com • FREE Dance works Dance stuDio Dance performance by local adult and children’s dance company of “Rising Stars.” 2:30 PM-3 PM • Reno-Tahoe International Airport • 2001 E. Plumb Ln. • 328-6400 renoairport.com • FREE PoP art-cycle tour Tour of the month-long display of bicycles all art’ed up to celebrate the Tour de Nez bicycle extravaganza. 4 PM-6 PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 348-6673 • tourdenez/ com/outreach • FREE x-BrewFest 2012 Join us for great music and brews. 5 PM-11 PM • Harrah’s Outdoor Plaza • 219 N. Center St. • 786-3232 harrahsreno.com • FREE “Bring it on, Dance oFF!” Do you have the best dance moves and want to show it off? 4 PM-8 PM • Art In Motion Studios 129 Los Altos Pkwy., Ste. 111, Sparks 626-6235 • artinmotion-reno.com $10-$20 tnt & PDc cheer & Dance Present: BroaDway twisteD A show that brings all of our favorite Broadway classics together, with an unique and modern twist. 7 PM-8 PM • CommRow • 255 N. Virginia St. • 843-4868 • Suggested donation $5 “ncmF in July” Bella hristova in recital Violin virtuoso Bella Hristova performs a concert of unaccompanied masterworks. 7 PM-9 PM • Good Shepherd Lutheran Church • 501 California Ave. • 348-9413 renochamberorchestra.org $20 general, $5 students/youth age 18 and younger, $100 VIP reno little theater Presents: noel cowarD’s “Private lives” A classic story of a couple who “can’t live with or without each other.” Suitable for teens and adults. 27

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7:30 PM-10 PM • The New Reno Little Theater • 147 E. Pueblo St. • 813-8900 renolittletheater.org • $15 general, $12 student/senior/military

10 AM-4 PM • National Bowling Stadium • 300 N. Center St. • 2464769 • home.earthlink.net/~renostamp FREE

Performing Arts • 100 S. Virginia St. 323-6393 • renophil.com • $26-66

gooD luck macBeth Presents: “the temPest” Exile! An enchanted island! Matchmaking! A wind sprite! Magic! Shipwrecks! Moon men! Comedy? You bet! It’s Shakespeare at his best.

staineD glass tour Learn the historic, artistic and technical background of the church’s magnificent stained glass windows from Kathleen Hallamore of Tapestry Glass.

Discover young chautauQua Discover Nevada’s vibrant history with performer’s from Young Chautauqua portraying historical figures. Art project with artist Carol Pallesen follows.

7:45 PM-9:30 PM • Good Luck Macbeth 119 N. Virginia St. • 322-3716 goodluckmacbeth.org • $14-$20

11:15 AM-12:45 PM • First United Methodist Church • 209 W. First St. 322-4564 • renofirstmethodist.org Donations accepted

“no oFFense...But” comeDy anD Discussion Five comics doing standup touching on socially relevant issues. Rated teen and adult.

tnt & PDc cheer & Dance Present: BroaDway twisteD A show that brings all of our favorite Broadway Classics together, with an unique and modern twist.

8 PM-10 PM • Swill Coffee & Wine 3366 Lakeside Dr. • thirstygenius.net 215-651-2350 • $10

1 PM-2 PM • CommRow • 255 N. Virginia St. • 843-4868 • Suggested donation $5

live art music anD Poetry Showcasing influential artists within our community: live painting, visual art, music and poetry.

reno little theater Presents: noel cowarD’s “Private lives” A classic story of a couple who “can’t live with or without each other.” Suitable for teens and adults.

8 PM-12:30 AM • The Underground 555 E. 4th St. • 410-5993 renounderground.com • Donations accepted a.v.a. Ballet Presents: “vortex” the Ballet that rocks Ballet grace and passionate rock to dance and alternative music. Teens and adults. 8:30 PM-10 PM • Robert Z. Hawkins Amphitheater • 6000 Bartley Ranch Rd. • 686-6600 • avaballet.com • $15 -$40 sliDeshow By PhotograPher JeFF lock See Jeff Lock’s artistry of some of the most spectacular landscapes in the west. 8:30 PM-9:30 PM • Buenos Grill 3892 A Mayberry Dr. • 787-8226 buenosgrill.com, jefflockphotography. com • FREE

sunday: 22 greater reno stamP & cover show Local and national exhibitors present their themed and historical compositions illustrated with postal history of the world.

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2 PM-4:30 PM • The New Reno Little Theater • 147 E. Pueblo St. • 813-8900 renolittletheater.org • $15 general, $12 student/senior/military gooD luck macBeth Presents: “the temPest” Exile! An enchanted island! Matchmaking! A wind sprite! Magic! Shipwrecks! Moon men! Comedy? You bet! It’s Shakespeare at his best.

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9:30 AM-11:30 AM • McKinley Arts and Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE reno municiPal BanD Relax and enjoy the great outdoors, listening to songs from all eras. 12 PM-1 PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 334-2414 • FREE the riversiDe artist loFts oPen stuDios Open studios of some of the 35 residents of The Riverside Artist Lofts, as well as a tour of Sierra Arts. 4 PM-8 PM • Riverside Artist Lofts • 17 S. Virginia St. • 219-4837 • FREE culinary arts at camPo Nine local chefs compete for the “Culinary Artist” award in weekly culinary arts contests. The contests include: Chefs on the Edge, Name that Product, Mystery Basket Menu and Foodie Jeopardy. 5 PM-6:30 PM • Campo • 50 N. Sierra St. • 737-9555 • camporeno.com FREE

3 PM-5 PM • Good Luck Macbeth 119 N. Virginia St. • 322-3716 goodluckmacbeth.org • $14-$20

artown Family Festival Start in the Park at 5 pm with many child friendly activities. Register for face painting at renoisartown.com.

gosPel Fest Gospel music as a historical contemporary art form. Music, dance, visual arts, and more.

5 PM-7 PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-1538 renoisartown.com • FREE

3 PM-7 PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-6770 wolmpraiseexplosion.org • FREE “cowBoy uP!” season oPener oF Phil uP! Reno Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Laura Jackson, performing western favorites alongside Balladeer, Don Edwards, and Waddie Mitchell, Cowboy Poet. 7 PM-9 PM • Pioneer Center for the

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contemporary hits. Sponsored by Robert Z. Hawkins Foundation, Albright, Persing & Associates, LTD., and Washoe County. 7:30 PM-10 PM • Robert Z. Hawkins Amphitheater • 6000 Bartley Ranch Rd. 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE an evening oF laughter anD a caPPella harmony All female a cappella singing group performs in four-part harmony. 7:30 PM-8:30 PM • Premier Residence 3201 Plumas St. • 502-3985 highdesertharmony.org • FREE

tuesday: 24 Discover the art oF Drawing Have fun learning beginning drawing and shading with emphasis on eyes and imagination with artist Mallory Mishler. 9:30 AM-11:30 AM • McKinley Arts and Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE ageless rePertory Presents: “BroaDway BounD” Neil Simon’s very funny and unexpectedly moving play. Suitable for teens and adults. 1 PM-4 PM • Circles Edge for Spiritual Living • 1117 California Ave. • 345-7323 Donations accepted the other siDe oF the street Perhaps you’ve done the Mansions on the Bluff and DeLongchamps walk but how about the houses on the other side of Court, Ridge, California and Arlington? Reservations required . 6 PM-8 PM • Meet at the southwest corner of Arlington Ave. and Court St. 747-4478 • historicreno.org $10, FREE to HRPS members tuesDay’s with moya Artown opens the Lear Theater, inviting the community to come inside, tour and make suggestions how to make Moya’s dream come true! 6 PM-9 PM • The Lear Theater • 528 W. 1st St. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com FREE sweet viBrations: no comPrenDe Lift your spirits with leader Hans Halt and this amazing Latin wind/percussion ensemble. 7 PM-8 PM • First United Methodist Church • 209 W. First St. • 322-4564 renofirstmethodist.com • Donations accepted 29

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Big organ Bash Organist David H. Brock plays Bach, Widor, Joplin on northern Nevada’s largest pipe organ.

7:30 PM-9 PM • Wingfield Park 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-1538 renoisartown.com • FREE

7 PM-8:30 PM • Trinity Episcopal Church • 200 Island Ave. • 781-4702 davidbrockmusic.com • $20 general admission, $25 reserved, $5 children with paid adult

Bruka theatre Presents: “orPheus DescenDing” Explosive Tennessee Williams at his most passionate.

wednesday: 25 Discover kiDscaPe’s imProvisation Learn the magic of improvisational acting. “Green Art” project with Kellie Lee. 9:30 AM-11:30 AM • McKinley Arts and Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE harmony grits chorus sings american Favorites Rousing renditions of American favorites. 10 AM-10:30 AM • Steinway Piano Gallery • 500 E. Moana Ln. • FREE

thursday: 26 Discover strings Listen to the melodic strains of a string quartet comprised of members of the Reno Philharmonic string sections. Hands on interactive petting zoo follows. 9:30 AM-11:30 AM • McKinley Arts and Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com FREE

reno municiPal BanD Relax and enjoy the great outdoors, listening to songs from all eras.

miDtown art walk Merchants in the MidTown District are paired with local artists to display both art and business.

12 PM-1 PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 334-2414 • FREE

5 PM-9 PM • MidTown • 622-9772 midtownartsproject.com • FREE

Jazz in the gallery Young and upcoming jazz musicians playing a range of jazz standards and original material.

electronica light uP Burner Fashion show Tron inspired Electric Burner Fashion Show featuring: LIGHT UP L.E.D. and E.L. wire clothing. Music by Mojo Green.

6 PM-8 PM • Sierra Arts Gallery 17 S. Virginia, Ste. 120 • 329-2787 sierra-arts.org • FREE miD-summer meloDies Celebrate summer with northern Nevada artists singing favorite arias, duets and showstoppers. 7 PM-9 PM • Steinway Piano Gallery 500 E. Moana Ln. • 829-0600 operabelcanto.org • FREE worlD music series: ana tiJoux Regarded by many as the best rapper in the Spanish language, Chilean Ana Tijoux mixes socially conscious lyrics with production styles unheard of in Latin America. Bicycle valet provided by The Reno Bike Project. Sponsored by Tahoe Resources Inc., Hometown Health, and Friends of Artown. Official host hotel is John Ascuaga’s Nugget.

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ageless rePertory Presents: “BroaDway BounD” Neil Simon’s very funny and unexpectedly moving play. Suitable for teens and adults. 7 PM-9 PM • Circles Edge for Spiritual Living • 1117 California Ave. • 3457323 • Donations accepted

8 PM-10 PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 737-9101 sierranevadaballet.com • FREE

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curtis lee, vocalist/guitarist Come and enjoy some of the classic music of the past 50 years.

Discover watercolor Discover Art Angels with the Sierra Watercolor Society and the Wilbur May Museum. Children can create two paintings and choose one to mat. Advance reservations required.

7 PM-9 PM • Steinway Piano Gallery 500 E. Moana Ln. • 829-0600 FREE

9:30 AM-11:30 AM • Wilber D. May Arboretum • 1595 N. Sierra St. • 3221538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

reno little theater Presents: noel cowarD’s “Private lives” A classic story of a couple who “can’t live with or without each other.” Suitable for teens and adults.

tahoe art league artist stuDio tour 5th Annual Artist Studio Tour of more than 20 local artists. Mediums include oil, acrylic, watercolor, silk painting, ceramics and sculpture.

7:30 PM-10 PM • The New Reno Little Theater • 147 E. Pueblo St. • 813-8900 renolittletheater.org • $15 general, $12 student/senior/military imProv-o-Potamus Meet The Utility Players for hard-hitting improv comedy in the style of “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” Mature audiences 18+. 7:30 PM-9 PM • Pioneer Underground 100 S. Virginia St. • 322-5233 renotahoecomedy.com • $12 advance/$16 at the door gooD luck macBeth Presents: “the temPest” Exile! An enchanted island! Matchmaking! A wind sprite! Magic! Shipwrecks! Moon men! Comedy? You bet! It’s Shakespeare at his best. 7:30 PM-9:30 PM • Good Luck Macbeth 119 N. Virginia St. • 322-3716 goodluckmacbeth.org • $14 - $20 Bruka theatre Presents: “orPheus DescenDing” Explosive Tennessee Williams at his most passionate. 8 PM-10 PM • Bruka Theatre • 99 N. Virginia St. • 323-3221 • bruka.org $16 student/$18 general pre-sale/$20 at the door Dancing in the Park: sierra nevaDa Ballet An exciting evening of dance, song and music featuring Sam Weber and Cami Thompson and her trio.

10 AM-5 PM • Various locations, Lake Tahoe • 530-544-2313 • talart.org FREE PiPes on the river organ recital A weekly recital on Trinity’s CasavantFreres pipe organ, the largest pipe organ in northern Nevada. 12 PM-1 PM • Trinity Episcopal Church 200 Island Ave. • 329-4279 TrinityReno.org • FREE reno municiPal BanD Relax and enjoy the great outdoors, listening to songs from all eras by this volunteer band. 12 PM-1 PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 334-2414 • FREE ageless rePertory Presents: “BroaDway BounD” Neil Simon’s very funny and unexpectedly moving play. Suitable for teens and adults. 7 PM-9 PM • Circles Edge for Spiritual Living • 1117 California Ave. • 3457323 • Donations accepted envision PerForming arts eNVision utilizies all sorts of music and dance from many genres to create a exciting entertainment experience of youth performers.

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rollin’ on the river: truth & salvage comPany The RN&R’s popular summer music series celebrates its 17th year. 5:30 PM-8 PM • Wingfield Park 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 324-4440 newsreview.com/reno • FREE an evening oF chanting From BuDDhist traDitions Joyful chanting from Jodo Shin, Tibetan, Zen and other Buddhist traditions. 6 PM-7 PM • Reno Buddhist Center 820 Plumas St. • 348-6603 renobuddhistchurch.org • FREE a night oF egyPtian BellyDancing unDer the stars Troupe Jasmine shares their joy for life, through their love for Middle Eastern dance. 7 PM-9 PM • River School Farm 7777 White Fir St. • 747-2222 riverschool.info, yasminalaroche.com Suggested donation • $5 the reno viDeo game symPhony Classic video game music from the quirky 8-bit tunes of the 80’s to the most heartwarming and glorious music of the modern era. 7 PM-9 PM • McKinley Arts and Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. • FREE

chanticleer The multiple Grammy Award-winning, all-male vocal ensemble’s repertoire spans 10 centuries from Gregorian chant, Renaissance polyphony and Romantic art song to contemporary music, jazz, spirituals and world music. 9 PM-10:30 PM • Celebrity Showroom at the Nugget • 1100 Nugget Ave., Sparks • 356-3300 • janugget.com $35 emPire comeDy: long Form imProv show 100 percent improvised every time. 9 PM-10:45 PM • Good Luck Macbeth 119 N. Virginia St. • 530-414-0050 empireimprov.com • $5 movies in the Park: “grease” Reno’s “Hot August Nights” is coming… so c’mon down to Wingfield Park and sing along with John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John. Rated PG-13. Sponsored by University of Phoenix. 9 PM-11 PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-1538 renoisartown.com • FREE

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mansions on the BluFF A historic walk that looks at some of the most notable homes in Reno: Court, Ridge and upper California streets. Reservations required.

7:30 PM-10 PM • The New Reno Little Theater • 147 E. Pueblo St. • 813-8900 renolittletheater.org • $15 general, $12 student/senior/military

9 AM-11 AM • McCarran House • 401 Court St. • 747-4478 • historicreno.org $10, FREE to RPS members

gooD luck macBeth Presents: “the temPest” Exile! An enchanted island! Matchmaking! A wind sprite! Magic! Shipwrecks! Moon men! Comedy? You bet! It’s Shakespeare at his best. 7:30 PM-9:30 PM • Good Luck Macbeth 119 N. Virginia St. • 322-3716 goodluckmacbeth.org $14-$20 Bruka theatre Presents: “orPheus DescenDing” Explosive Tennessee Williams at his most passionate. 8 PM-10 PM • Bruka Theatre • 99 N. Virginia St. • 323-3221 • bruka.org

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reno rainBow Fest Celebrate with Gay folks! All-day entertainment includes country music recording artist Lacy J. Dalton. Sponsors: Harrah’s Hotel & Casino and Intuit. 11 AM-5 PM • Wingfield Park 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 742-9953 renorainbowfest.com • $5 creative kiDs For critters Calling all creative kids! Visit with pets at Nevada Humane Society, then draw a picture and submit it for a chance to win prizes. 12 PM-3 PM • Nevada Humane Society 2825-B Longley Ln. • 856-2000 nevadahumanesociety.org • FREE annual summer Festival Come encounter the beauty, music and people of this historic neo-gothic church. 12 PM-5 PM • Trinity Episcopal Church 200 Island Ave. • 329-4279 TrinityReno.org • FREE the triButes: country music The smooth sounds of Joseph Greco and the deep tones of Scott Killion with tribute songs to country legends. 2:30 PM-3:30 PM • The Arbors • 2121 E. Prater Way, Sparks • 331-2229 arborsmemorycare.com • FREE comPression! art anD Fire Fire, dancing, propane cannons, art and alternative vendors. It’s fiery fun for the whole family. 3 PM-11 PM • Reno City Plaza • 10 N. Virginia St. • 379-0186 compression.controlledburnreno.com FREE • Suggested donation $5 summer evening laByrinth walk Explore this walking meditative tool rediscovered from ancient times. 4 PM-7 PM • Trinity Episcopal Church 200 Island Ave. • 329-4279 trinityreno.org • FREE the reno Fashion show A one day event featuring local designers and guest celebrity recording artist Kimberly Cole performing. 7:30 PM-9:30 PM • Siena Hotel Spa Casino Ballroom • 1 Lake St. • 2292657 • renovanity.com • $12

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reno little theater Presents: noel cowarD’s “Private lives” A classic story of a couple who can’t live with or without each other. Suitable for teens and adults. 7:30 PM-10 PM • The New Reno Little Theater • 147 E. Pueblo St. • 813-8900 renolittletheater.org • $15 general, $12 student/senior/military

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missoula chilDren’s theatre: “wizarD oF oz” Local children bring to life the classic adventure with Dorothy, Toto and the whole gang as they journey along the yellow brick road. Sponsored by the Leonette Foundation, Wells Fargo Foundation and Nevada Arts Council. Official host hotel John Ascuaga’s Nugget. 7:30 PM-8:30 PM • Nightingale Concert Hall • 1664 N. Virginia St. • 322-1538 renoisartown.com • $10 gooD luck macBeth Presents: “the temPest” Exile! An enchanted island! Matchmaking! A wind sprite! Magic! Shipwrecks! Moon men! Comedy? You bet! It’s Shakespeare at his best. 7:30 PM-9 PM • Good Luck Macbeth 119 N. Virginia St. • 322-3716 goodluckmacbeth.org • $14-$20 the mamBo kings celeBrating tito Puente Featuring the Reno Jazz Orchestra celebrating The Mambo Kings - Tito Puente. 7:30 PM-9:30 PM • Wingfield Park 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 848-4417 renojazzochestra.org • FREE Bruka theatre Presents: “orPheus DescenDing” Explosive Tennessee Williams at his most passionate. 8 PM-10 PM • Bruka Theatre • 99 N. Virginia St. • 323-3221 • bruka.org $16/Student/$18 General Pre-Sale/$20 at the door sliDeshow By PhotograPher roB cook Join Rob’s exhibiti of some of the most spectacular landscapes in the west. 8:30 PM-9:30 PM • Buenos Grill 3892 A Mayberry Drive • 787-8226 buenosgrill.com, robcookphotography. com • FREE

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tahoe art league artist stuDio tour 5th Annual Artist Studio Tour of more than 20 local artists. Mediums include oil, acrylic, watercolor, silk painting, ceramics and sculpture. 10 AM-5 PM • Various locations, Lake Tahoe • 530-544-2313 • talart.org FREE PoP art cycles See the funky arted up bikes in Wingfield Park.

perforamnces from the best regional guitar players. Featuring Larry Aynesmith, vocalist Anna Helwing, Indian guitarist Thakur Chakrapani Singh, and more. 3 PM-5 PM • Reno First Congregational Church • 627 Sunnyside Dr. • 2981686 • sierraguitar.org • Suggested donation $10-$20

monday: 30 Discover the hula Hula Dance with the “Halau Hula ‘O Leilani” and learn traditional movements. Make leis from ti leaves.

10 AM-9 PM • Wingfield Park • 1st Street and Arlington Avenue • 3486673 • tourdenez.com/outreach FREE

9:30 AM-11:30 AM • McKinley Arts and Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

recycleD art tour Many different recycled art are displayed along the river and through the grounds.

culinary arts at camPo Nine local chefs compete for the “Culinary Artist” award in weekly culinary arts contests. The contests include: Chefs on the Edge, Name that Product, Mystery Basket Menu and Foodie Jeopardy.

2 PM-3 PM • River School Farm 7777 White Fir St. • 747-2222 riverschool.info • $5 reno little theater Presents: noel cowarD’s “Private lives” A classic story of a couple who can’t live with or without each other. Suitable for teens and adults. 7:30 PM-10 PM • The New Reno Little Theater • 147 E. Pueblo St. • 813-8900 renolittletheater.org • $15 general, $12 student/senior/military gooD luck macBeth Presents: “the temPest” Exile! An enchanted island! Matchmaking! A wind sprite! Magic! Shipwrecks! Moon men! Comedy? You bet! It’s Shakespeare at his best.

5 PM-6:30 PM • Campo • 50 N. Sierra St. • 737-9555 • camporeno.com FREE artown Family Festival Start in the Park at 5 pm with many child friendly activities. Register for face painting at renoisartown.com. 5 PM-7 PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-1538 renoisartown.com • FREE

3 PM-5 PM • Good Luck Macbeth 119 N. Virginia St. • 322-3716 goodluckmacbeth.org • $14-$20

Family series: “the let’s go science” show The wacky and talented Professor Smart and Dr. Knowitall join forces for a scientific extravaganza. Sponsored by Sierra Nevada College and The Thelma & Thomas Hart Foundation. Official host hotel John Ascuaga’s Nugget.

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toccata 7th anniversary concert A concert featuring Beethoven 7th Symphony and Grieg Piano Concerto. 7 PM-9 PM • Trinity Episcopal Church 200 Island Ave. • 313-9697 toccatatahoe.com • $25 adults, $20 seniors, $5 students 19-25, 18 and under FREE. Preferred $35. monDay night music series: carmen lunDy A jazz vocalist and composer who is celebrated throughout the world for her vocal artistry and is highly regarded for her jazz innovation. Sponsored by Robert Z. Hawkins Foundation, Albright, Persing & Associates, LTD., and Washoe County. 7:30 PM-10 PM • Robert Z. Hawkins Amphitheater • 6000 Bartley Ranch Rd. 322-1538 • renoisartown.com FREE

tuesday: 31 Discover harP anD viBe This unique duet provides kids an up-close look at the harp, one of the oldest instruments in music history, and the vibraphone, one of the relative new comers to the musical scene.

kiDscaPe ProDuctions imProvisational all ages show Come sit back and relax while our performers present an impromptu show right before your eyes! 5:30 PM-7 PM • Trinity Episcopal Church • 200 Island Ave. • 787-3900 KidScapeProductions.com Suggested donation $5 adults, $3 kids, children under 5 FREE lake aDDition walking tour Meander past divorce-trade dwellings and Victorian architecture, through one of Reno’s earliest additions. Includes a stop at the Lake Mansion. Reservations required. 6 PM-8 PM • Nevada Museum of Art • 160 W. Liberty St. • 747-4478 historicreno.org • $10, FREE to HRPS members tuesDay’s with moya Artown opens the Lear Theater, inviting the community to come inside, tour and make suggestions how to make Moya’s dream come true! 6 PM-7 PM • The Lear Theater • 528 W. 1st St. • 322-1538 • renoisartown. com • FREE

Printmaker’s consPiracy at the chaPel gallery Works that cover a range of different fine art printmaking techniques such as lithography, intaglio, relief, digital process and serigraphy.

artown closing night: maceo Parker Maceo Parker’s name is synonymous with funky music and his band is the tightest little funk orchestra on earth. He’s the living, breathing pulse that connects the history of Funk in one golden thread and has built a new funk empire, fresh and stylistically diverse. Sponsored by Friends of Artown. Official host hotel is John Ascuaga’s Nugget.

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a very sPecial art exhiBit Children’s creativity is on display during this monthlong exhibit. Northwest Reno Library • 2325 Robb Dr. • 826-6100 • vsanevada.org FREE art For healing Reno’s best watercolor artists exhibit their newest work.2 Renown South Meadows Medical Center • 10101 Double R Blvd. sierrawatercolorsociety.com • FREE art From the heart oF alzheimer’s artist’s gallery A month-long gallery showing of 50+ professionally framed original art creations by individuals living with Alzheimer’s. The Arbors • 2121 E. Prater Way, Sparks • 848-4757 momentsofmemory.org • FREE arthur anD lucia matthews: highlights oF the caliFornia Decorative style Artists working in the California Decorative Style. Nevada Museum of Art • 160 W. Liberty St. • 329-3333 • nevadaart.org $10 arts slaves Exhibit by communications professionals from advertising, PR, marketing and the printing industries. Sierra Arts Gallery • 17 S. Virginia, Ste. 120 • 329-2787 • sierra-arts.org FREE auDio tours at the national automoBile museum Enjoy a self-guided audio tour. National Automobile Museum • 10 S. Lake St. • 333-9300 • automuseum.org FREE

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carol Folvary-anDerson artist recePtion Beautiful landscapes created in Oil Pastel Smudge. Spanish Springs Library • 7100A Pyramid Lake Hwy., Sparks • 721-5338 washoecounty.us/library • FREE collagraPhs For kiDs Inspired by the Koi, goldfish, plants and ponds while touring Sierra Water Gardens, kids will go over to Oxboo Press and with Candace Nicol the cut cardboard into these wonderful “water creatures.” 10 AM-12:30 PM • Sierra Water Gardens • 2110 Dickerson Rd. 622-4090 • Sierrawatergardens.com $15 Daily museum tours The Museum hosts free guided tours. Nevada Museum of Art • 160 W. Liberty St. • 329-3333 • nevadaart.org FREE eDwarD Burtynsky: oil Photographs examining the effects of oils, depicting landscapes altered by thde extraction from the Earth. Nevada Museum of Art • 160 W. Liberty St. • 329.3333 • nevadaart.org $10 even in aFrica Paintings By roBert cinkel Depicting historic automobiles in intriguing locales. National Automobile Museum • 10 S. Lake St. • 333-9300 • automuseum.org FREE exhiBition oF watercolors By John salminen Compelling and realistic watercolors of city life clown. 786-0558 • stremmelgallery.com • FREE

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Far out: the university art scene 1960-1975 Reno’s art community between 1960 and 1975, a revolutionary period for the visual arts. Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center University of Nevada, Reno • 682-5665 knowledgecenter.unr.edu • FREE FreD reiD & richarD Jackson Pottery exhiBit Ceramic sculptures “fast and loose” result in pieces that exude the colorful heritage of their home state of Nevada. The Wedge Ceramics Studio 2095 Dickerson Rd. • 770-4770 thewedgeceramics.com • FREE

hats oFF to artown Portrait exhiBit Portraits of models wearing a variety of hats and headgear. First United Methodist Church 209 W. First St. • 322-4564 renofirstmethodist.org • FREE latimer art cluB memBers show celeBrating 91 years oF art excellence Celebrating 91 Years of Art Excellence. Reno Art Center • 449 Marsh Ave. 240-3349 • FREE moments in light: From lanD to sea, a PhotograPhic aDventure in light

A color photography exhibit by Jeff Lock and Rob Cook. Buenos Grill • 3892 A Mayberry Dr. • 787-8226 • buenosgrill. com, jefflockphotography.com, robcookphotography.com • FREE mutant riDes: origin oF a sPecies masterPiece exhiBit Radically mutated rolling works of art with accompanying photography exhibit. National Automobile Museum • 10 S. Lake St. (Corner of Lake and Mill) • 3339300 • automuseum.org • $10 adults, $8 seniors, $4 junior (6-18), FREE (5 and under) new work By nick larsen A mixed media exhibit of 2-D pieces. McKinley Arts and Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. • 334-2417 • FREE PoP art-cycle tour Display of bicycles all art’ed up to celebrate the Tour de Nez bicycle extravaganza.

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Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. FREE

Quilt exhiBit at the main liBrary Beautiful quilts created by Truckee Meadows Quilters. Downtown Reno Library • 301 S. Center St. • 327-8341 • tmquilters.webs.com FREE recon|structure|nature Exhibits showcasing the explorations of our natural world. Truckee Meadows Community College 7000 Dandini Blvd. RDMT Building 3038086 • tmcc.edu • FREE rockin’ out exhiBit Petroglyph and pictograph art. Artist Co-op Gallery • 627 Mill St. 3228896 • FREE selF-guiDeD outDoor sculPture tour Metal sculptures, earth plaster reliefs, tile mosaics floors, garden art. River School Farm • 7777 White Fir St. 747-2222 • riverschool.info • FREE southwest Pottery: anasazi to zuni By Native American tribal group in the

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Nevada Museum of Art • 160 W. Liberty St. • 329-3333 • nevadaart. org/exhibitions • $10

VSA Nevada at the Lake Mansion 250 Court St. • 826-6100 • vsanevada. org • FREE

the interior, the Force Three-dimensional forms out of solid paint that hang on the wall.

tmcc meaDowooD center galleries Artwork chosen from TMCC Annual Student Exhibition.

Reno City Hall • 1 E. First St. • 3342417 • acrylicsuperhero.com • FREE

TMCC Meadowood Center Galleries 5270 Neil Rd. • 303-8086 • tmcc.edu FREE

the nevaDa lanDscaPe in oil Pastel smuDge By carol FolDvary-anDerson Beautiful landscapes created in Oil Pastel Smudge.

university oF Phoenix gallery: shari havelka Abstract, colorful and highly textural.

Spanish Springs Library • 7100A Pyramid Lake Hwy. • 721-5338 varycarol.com • FREE the signtologist Art by recycling hundreds of street signs. Gallery 3 • 3 N. Virginia St. • 2307333 • gallery3art.com • FREE through BiPolar eyes, a chilD’s view exhiBit Eleven-year-old Haylee Davis,

University of Phoenix Gallery • 10345 Professional Cir. • 329-2787 • sierraarts.org • FREE wilD nevaDa art exhiBit Exhibit of Nevada’s rare and magnificent plants and animals and majestic mountain ranges. 9 AM-5 PM • Nevada Wilderness Project 333 Flint St. • 657-8430 • FREE

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Workshops aFrican Drumming anD Dance class 7/11 • 6:30 PM-8:30 PM • River School Farm • 7777 White Fir St. 747-2222 riverschool.info • $20 aiga reno/tahoe tyPewalk Join AIGA Reno/Tahoe as we explore the seedy underbelly Reno’s MidTown neon and street signage typography. Register at aiga-typewalk.eventbrite.com 7/19 • 8 PM-10 PM • Craft Wine-n-Beer 22 Martin St. 622-4333 renotahoe.aiga.org • $10 all star cheerleaDing anD tumBling workshoP High-energy workshop offering cheer technique.

7/19 & 7/26 • 12:30 PM-1:45 PM VSA Nevada at the Lake Mansion 250 Court St. • 826-6100 x3 • vsanevada. org • $50 art Bites Half-hour lunchtime dialogues with local scholars, writers and artists. 7/6, 7/13, 7/20 & 7/27 • 12 PM-12:45 PM • Nevada Museum of Art • 160 W. Liberty St. • 329-3333 • nevadaart.org FREE art in the may arBoretum Draw living plants in their habitat. 7/21 • 10 AM-12 PM • Wilber D. May Arboretum • 1595 N. Sierra St. • 7854153. • $35/$40

7/24 • 6 PM-7 PM • TNT & PDC Cheer & Dance • 3570 Barron Way, Ste. C, B 843-4868 • tntexplosionallstarteam.com Suggested donation $5

art on earth camP Creative expression for children ages 5 and older.

art aDventures (ages 7-11) Explore different mediums and techniques weekly.

7/23-7/27 • 10 AM-3 PM River School Farm • 7777 White Fir St. 747-2222 riverschool.info • $300/week or $60/ day

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artist Demo By carola nan roach Carola Nan Roach demonstrates her painting techniques.

artist Demo By luverne lightFoot Artist Luverne Lightfoot demonstrates her techniques in oil painting. 7/14 • 9 AM-11 AM • Reno Art Center 449 Marsh Ave. • 240-3349 • FREE

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7/6 & 7/29 • 9 AM-11 AM Reno Art Center • 449 Marsh Ave. 240-3349 • FREE

artist Demo By shari havelka Demonstration and discussion by local Artist Shari Havelka.

automateD art: laser cutting A 40-watt laser cutter and engraver will be demoed.

7/8 & 7/22 • 9:30 AM-11 AM Reno Art Center • 449 Marsh Ave. 240-3349 • FREE

7/27 • 3 PM-5 PM • Bridgewire • 1055 Industrial Way, Ste. 20 • 453-0196 renobridgewire.org • Suggested donation $6

7/28 • 9 AM-11 AM • Reno Art Center 449 Marsh Ave. • 240-3349 • FREE

artist Demo By sharon welker Artist Sharon Welker demonstrates printmaking techniques.

artist Demo By linDa walker Artist Linda Walker demonstrates her painting techniques.

Bears anD Berries art camP Campers ages 3-7 will enjoy hands-on projects.

7/7 • 9 AM-11 AM • Reno Art Center 449 Marsh Ave. • 240-3349 • FREE

7/15 • 9 AM-11 AM • Reno Art Center 449 Marsh Ave. • 240-3349 • FREE

artist Demos By larry Jacox anD ann weiss Artists Larry Jacox & Ann Weiss will demonstrate their painting techniques.

7/24 • 10 AM-11:30 AM • The Creative Arts Center • 204 Marsh Ave., Ste. 300 544-5878 • creativeartsreno.com • $75

artist Demo By Frances cascarano Frances Cascarano demonstrates Silk Painting.

artist Demo By lori reynolDs anD vicki toy-smith Artists Lori Reynolds and Vicki Toy-Smith will demonstrate their techniques. 7/13 • 9 AM-11 AM • Reno Art Center 449 Marsh Ave. • 240-3349 • FREE

7/21 • 9 AM-11 AM • Reno Art Center 449 Marsh Ave. • 240-3349 • FREE automateD art: 3D Printing 3D computer models turned into real-life objects.

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Breath oF hoPe The Arbors, Moments of Memory and Sierra Arts ElderCare concert by jazz singer-pianist Erika Paul Carlson. 7/11 • 1 PM-3 PM • The Arbors 2121 E. Prater Way • 331-2229 JazzQMusic.com • FREE clay, clay, clay! (ages 8-aDult) Explore building and glazing techniques. 7/11, 7/18 & 7/25 • 12:15 PM-1:45 PM VSA Nevada at the Lake Mansion 250 Court St. • 826-6100 x3 vsanevada.org • $75 collage workshoP Combine found images, words and objects. Reserve by calling 828-2665. 7/4 • 2 PM-3:30 PM • Grassroots Books • 660 E. Grove St. • 828-2665 grassrootsbooks.com • FREE

Break Dancing workshoP Learn the elements and the rhythmic culture of B Boy Break Dancing.

contemPorary lyrical master class A contemporary lyrical class.

7/13 • 6 PM-7 PM • TNT & PDC Cheer & Dance • 3570 Barron Way, Ste. C, B 843-4868 • tntexplosionallstarteam.com Suggested donation $5

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Discover the arts Discover the Arts are FREE interactive workshops for children ages 6-12 held each weekday in July. Check daily listings. Sponsored by Northern Nevada Dairymen, supporting Artown with a focus on children’s programming and Discover the Arts, and made possible by the Lemelson Education Assistance Program and the Nevada Arts Council. Various times and locations • 322-1538 renoisartown.com • FREE Drawing (ages 15+) Learn to draw or refine your existing skills. 7/2, 7/9, 7/16, 7/23 & 7/30 • 6 PM7:30 PM • VSA Nevada at the Lake Mansion • 250 Court St. • 826-6100 x3 • vsanevada.org • $60 ecoart anD garDening camP Nature is the ultimate inspiration for creativity. 7/16 - 7/20 • 9 AM-3 PM • River School Farm • 7777 White Fir St. 7472222 • urgc.org, riverschool.info $150/ week ellen hoPkins writers workshoP For teens Teens, this writers workshop is for you.

7/1, 7/8, 7/15, 7/22 & 7/29 • 7 PM8:30 PM • Good Luck Macbeth • 119 N. Virginia St. • 530-414-0050 empireimprov.com • $5, Free on 7/11. exPressive aBstract Painting (ages 15+) Learn to paint overlaying shapes of colors. Bring a sack lunch. 7/28-7/29 • 10 AM-4 PM • VSA Nevada at the Lake Mansion • 250 Court St. • 826-6100 x3 • vsanevada. org • $150 Fairytale Ballet camP Experience the enchanting world of Fairytale Ballet.

hanDs-on! seconD saturDay: Pottery anD Patterns - Pinch, Pull, Play! Pottery and Patterns: pinch, pull and play. 7/14 • 10 AM-5 PM • Nevada Museum of Art • 160 W. Liberty St. 329-3333 • nevadaart.org • FREE tree PhotograPhy Take a guided walk through Idlewild Park that will leave you with a different view of trees in the artistic form. All walks are guided by an ISA Certified Arborists and an experienced photographer. 7/14 & 7/28 • 9 AM-10:15 AM California Building in Idlewild Park 1900 Idlewild Dr. • 954-6860 • reno.gov FREE

welders, plasma cutters and scrap iron. 7/13 • 3 PM-5 PM • Bridgewire • 1055 Industrial Way, Ste. 20 • 453-0196 renobridgewire.org • Suggested donation $6 kiDs acting (ages 8-12) Boost confidence, awareness and selfesteem. 7/11, 7/18 & 7/25 • 12:30 PM-2 PM VSA Nevada at the Lake Mansion • 250 Court St. • 826-6100 x3 • vsanevada.org $60 kiDscaPe ProDuctions anD river school Farm camP Includes music, dance, theater and improv.

7/17 • 3 PM-5 PM • The Creative Arts Center • 204 Marsh Ave., Ste. 300 544-5878 • creativeartsreno.com • $75 for 4-day workshop

illustrators: create a new character With experienced illustrator Cynthia Kremsner.

7/9-7/13 • 9 AM-5 PM • River School Farm • 7777 White Fir St. • 747-2222 riverschool.info, KidscapeProductions.com $375 for 5 days, $75 per day

Felt hat making Demonstration Learn how millinery professionals make hats.

7/28 • 9:30 AM-11 AM • Grassroots Books • 660 E. Grove St. • 828-2665 grassrootsbooks.com • FREE

light uP your costume with e.l. wire Limit 10 people. Must RSVP by 7/18.

7/27 • 3 PM-4:30 PM • Grassroots Books • 660 E. Grove St. grassrootsbooks.com • FREE

inDustrial art: metal working See what we can be created with

7/19 • 6 PM-9 PM • PolyEsthers Costume Boutique • 655 S. Virginia St. 420-5050 polycostumes.com • $200

Fun with Drawing (ages 8–12) The basic elements of drawing. 7/19 & 7/26 • 2 PM-3:15 PM • VSA Nevada at the Lake Mansion • 250 Court St. • 826-6100 x3 • vsanevada. org • $50

7/21 • 9:30 PM-10:30 PM • Grassroots Books • 660 E. Grove St. • 828-2665 FREE

Funk lyra anD hiP-hoP with tony Johnson This class is a mix of lyrical and funk hip-hop.

DroP-in imProv class For anyone who wants to learn to improvise, create and have fun.

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magical morning A magical morning of dance, art project and song. Reserve your space early.

655 S. Virginia St. • 420-5050 polycostumes.com • $50

Pastels (ages 15+) Learning to use soft pastels in still life, florals & landscape.

Books • 660 E. Grove St. 828-2665 grassrootsbooks.com • FREE

7/7 • 10 AM-11 AM • The Creative Arts Center • 204 Marsh Ave., Ste. 300 544-5878 • creativeartsreno.com $15

monDay night Poetry slams Includes a children’s workshop, a teen night and a poetry slam and culminates with a face-off: urban poets vs. cowboy poets.

7/2, 7/9, 7/16, 7/23 & 7/30 • 3 PM-4:30 PM • VSA Nevada at the Lake Mansion 250 Court St. • 826-6100 x3 vsanevada.org • $75

rainshaDow artown art school (6-8 graDe) Art teachers provide students with supplies and lessons in visual arts.

make a DecouPage keePsake Box Use found images to make a special box. 7/5 • 10 AM-11:30 AM • Grassroots Books • 660 E. Grove St. • 828-2665 grassrootsbooks.com • FREE make an l.e.D. light uP hoola hooP Includes tubing for hoop, L.E.D lights, wire, resistor, soldering iron, batteries and instructions to take home. Must RSVP. 7/14 • 10 AM-2 PM • PolyEsthers Costume Boutique • 655 S. Virginia St. 420-5050 • polycostumes.com • $200 make Furry leg warmers Must bring your own sewing machine. Class limit 10. Includes all materials. 7/12 & 7/22 • 6 PM-8 PM PolyEsthers Costume Boutique

7/2, 7/9, 7/16 & 7/23 • 5 PM-7 PM Sierra Arts Gallery • 17 S. Virginia, Ste. 120 • 329-2787 • sierra-arts.org FREE origami at the Back PonD A class on how to fold paper cranes and other fun shapes. 11 AM-12:30 PM • Sierra Water Gardens • 2110 Dickerson Rd. • 6224090 • $15 Paint anD siP (ages 21+) Transform a Georgia O’Keeffe painting into your own. 7/13 & 7/26 • 5:30 PM-8:30 PM VSA Nevada at the Lake Mansion 250 Court St. • 826-6100 x3 vsanevada.org • $35

7/9-7/13 • 10 AM-4 PM • Rainshadow cchs • 121 Vesta St. • 686-8201 rainshadowcchs.org • $150 for the week.

Pigments anD Paints Make your own paint using all natural ingredients. 7/14 & 7/15 • Times vary • Terry Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum • 490 S. Center St. • 786-1000 • nvdm.org $3, Members FREE Plein air oil Painting (ages 15+) Explore the techniques of oil painting in a variety of locations. 7/6, 7/13, 7/20 & 7/27 • 9:15 AM-11:45 AM • VSA Nevada at the Lake Mansion 250 Court St. • 826-6100 x3 vsanevada.org • $140 PulP into art with kiwanis For kiDs Transform old books into decorations. Materials provided. 7/14, 7/15, 7/24 • Times vary Grassroots

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Raku FiRed CeRamiCs (ages 15+) Learn this spectacular Japanese style of firing pottery.

Workshops

7/7, 7/21 • 9:30 AM-1:30 PM • VSA Nevada at the Lake Mansion • 250 Court St. • 826-6100 x3 • vsanevada. org • $80 shadow PuPPet Building woRkshoP Make classic shadow puppets. Age 8+ with caregiver. Materials provided.

Books • 660 E. Grove St. • 828-2665 grassrootsbooks.com • FREE summeR aRt CamPs at the lake mansion (ages 6–10) Art, theater, creative movement and music each day. 7/9-7/13 • 9 AM-12 PM • VSA Nevada at the Lake Mansion • 250 Court St. 826-6100 x3 • vsanevada.org $95

7/7 • 4 PM-5:30 PM • Grassroots Books • 660 E. Grove St. • 828-2665 grassrootsbooks.com • FREE

summeR aRt CamPs at the lake mansion (ages 6–10) Art, theater, creative movement and music each day.

staRt with the aRts (ages 3-5 with adult) It’s art, creative movement, music and acting.

7/16-7/20, 7/23-7/27 & 7/30-7/31 • 9 AM-12 PM • VSA Nevada at the Lake Mansion • 250 Court St. • 826-6100 x3 vsanevada.org • $95 per game

7/16, 7/23 & 7/30 • 12:30 PM-1:30 PM VSA Nevada at the Lake Mansion 250 Court St. • 826-6100 x3 • vsanevada. org • $50, $10 each additional child

summeR aRt CamPs in sPaRks (ages 6–10) Art, theater, creative movement and music each day.

stoRytelling as an aRt FoRm Make stories come to life.

7/16-7/19 • 9 AM-12 PM • Alf Sorensen Community Center • 1400 Baring Blvd. 826-6100 x3 • vsanevada. org • $75

7/28 • 12 PM-1 PM • Grassroots

1633 Prater Way, Sparks (1 block east of Rock)

(775) 355-8829

OPEN 7-DAYS-A-WEEK:

Quality Furniture Affordable Price

Mon.-Sat.: 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. Sun.: - 10 A.M. to 5 P.M.

Mattress SALE!!! Double Pillow Top Box & Mattress

6 Months No Interest on LAY-A-WAY Twin Box & Mattress Only $119 Full Box & Mattress Only $169 Queen Box & Mattress $199 King Box & Mattress $289

Twin Box & Pillow Mattress Only $219 Full Box & Pillow Mattress Only $269 Queen Box & Pillow Mattress $299 King Box & Pillow Mattress $389 GIVE YOUR MIND A VACATION…….. Maggie Fitzgerald’s amazing discoveries prove that everything happens for a reason and that there is no such thing as a coincidence! Ra Lynn LoneWalker is a writer of alternative spiritual fiction, living in Reno, NV. Purchase Shades of Gray at WWW.RALYNNLONEWALKER.COM, amazon.com or at Sundance Books, 121 California Ave, Reno, NV, 775-786-1188

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tRiBal BellydanCe intensive A two-hour intensive covering some of the signature moves of Tribal Nuevo Bellydance.

wRiting kids Books with awaRdwinning authoR suzanne moRgan williams Learn about children’s publishing.

7/9 • 6:30 PM-8:30 PM • River School Farm • 7777 White Fir St. • 747-2222 riverschool.info • $20

7/9 • 6 PM-7:30 PM • Grassroots Books • 660 E. Grove St. • 828-2665 grassrootsbooks.com • FREE

uPCyCle PRojeCts Learn how to use everyday materials to create earth-friendly art projects.

youth aFRiCan dRumming Class Youth ages 7-12 learn how to drum together using African Djembe drums.

7/28 - 7/29 • Various times • Terry Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum • 490 S. Center St. • 786-1000 • nvdm.org $3, Members FREE

7/6, 7/13, 7/20 & 7/27 • 5:30 PM-6:30 PM • River School Farm • 7777 White Fir St. • 747-2222 • riverschool.info $25 for four sessions or $8 for drop-in

wateRColoRs (ages 15+) The art of painting with watercolors.

Please call to make reservations. Many workshops require advanced registration.

7/3, 7/10, 7/17, 7/24 & 7/31 • 6 PM-8 PM • VSA Nevada at the Lake Mansion 250 Court St. • 826-6100 x3 vsanevada.org • $90 wednesday Community aRt night Come get your paint on! Supplies provided. 7/4, 7/11, 7/18 & 7/25 • 6 PM-9 PM 1995 Gallery • 1995 Dickerson Rd. 5751052 • FREE

Big Ed’s Alley Inn

FREE

Soda or Tea w/ entree (Must present this coupon)

Est.1982

Come and try our famous Breakfast items, serve daily until 5 pm Omelettes Ham & Eggs Chicken Fried Steak

Our dinner Entrees consist of: From the Boiler 9 oz Prime Rib 12 oz Rib Eye We also carry a wide selection of Seafood Entrees, Pasta, Hamburgers and Burritos Open Sunday-Wednesday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. & Thursday-Saturday 8 a.m.-9 p.m. 1036 E. Fourth St. • Reno, NV 89512 • 775-348-6494

Contemporary International Art and

Exceptional Picture Frame Designs 3670 South Virginia Street, Reno (Next door to the Atlantis Casino Resort)

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Venue Seating Venue Seating

seatinG plan For eVeninG perFormances Dance Floor High-Back Seating

Stage

Low-Back Seating

Blankets are welcome.

Wheelchair Seating

good!

Bike Parking

$3 has never done so much

All Other Seating

Sound Board

Restrooms

Diversion Stations

Vendor Area

RGJ Media and U.S. Bank are again joining together with Artown as sponsors of the “Give $3 to Keep Artown Free” campaign to encourage the community to make donations to help support the vibrant and noteworthy performances you enjoy throughout July.

WINGFIELD PARK RULES ■ GENERAL ADMISSION SEATING FIRST COME – FIRST SERVE.

■ SEATING FOR HIGH- AND LOW-BACK

BIKE PROJECT PROVIDES FREE BIKE VALET ON OPENING NIGHT AND WEDNESDAY NIGHTS IN THE PARK.

HOW TO DONATE:

CHAIR AREAS OPENS 1½ HRS. BEFORE THE PERFORMANCE. LOW-BACK CHAIRS HAVE LEGS NO TALLER THAN 6” AND BACKS NO TALLER THAN SHOULDER HEIGHT.

■ NO OUTSIDE ALCOHOL. ALCOHOLIC

■ NO GLASS.

DESIGNATED AREAS.

■ Look for donation envelopes in the Reno Gazette-Journal

■ KEEP THE PARK CLEAN – PACK OUT WHAT

■ Donate at U.S. Bank locations

■ NO PETS. ■ NO BICYCLES,

SKATEBOARDS OR OTHER VEHICLES MAY BE RIDDEN IN EVENT AREA. ARTOWN, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH RENO BIKE PROJECT, ENCOURAGES YOU TO RIDE YOUR BICYCLE TO THE PARK. RENO

BEVERAGES PURCHASED AT EVENT MUST BE CONSUMED WITHIN THE EVENT AREA.

■ Donate online at renoisartown.com

■ SMOKING IS ONLY ALLOWED IN

YOU BRING IN.

■ Donate during free Artown events at Wingfield Park: Opening and Closing Nights, Family Series, World Music Series and Movies in the Park.

■ ADA PARKING IS AVAILABLE NEAR WINGFIELD PARK. LOCATIONS INCLUDE BARBARA BENNETT PARK (FOUR SPACES), ANGLE PARKING ON 1ST STREET (TWO SPACES) AND NUMEROUS SPOTS AT THE PARKING GALLERY ON THE CORNER OF 1ST AND SIERRA STREETS.

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Artown Sponsors 2012

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DIVSION of COMPLEMAR

Major Funding Provided by the City of Reno

Festival Sponsors

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Jan and dick Zintek

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soul mate Brian and wendy alderman F. craig conrath and Brooke walker Joan Gibb Phil and Jennifer Satre Family Charitable Fund at the Community Foundation of Western Nevada Best FRiend

Event and Encore Sponsors friends of

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IGT Logo - Proper Presentation & Color Schemes

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Color (preferred)

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Dean and Gloria Smith Foundation Inc. Bob and audrey Ferrari Mark and Carol Steingard Family Fund at Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation pamela howard and thomas castle sherry and Jay morgan Jane schwenk

Minimum buffer width around logo equal to width of letter "I" in logo.

Black & White

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ComPanion ON DARK BACKGROUND

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PANTONE - 100% PMS 286 CMYK - 95%, 67%, 6%, 1% RGB - 13, 54, 146 HEX - 0D3692

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Ginnie and Bob Kersey evand and suzy Klass Gail Kosach leslie adams linda Kuraisa phyllis ager Jim leavitt denise and Joseph altick david levine ellen Baker Kim lewis John and Betty Barker tony and loretta limon carolyn Bartlett Jim and irby mcmichael christina Batjer (Give $3) Jim and lynn megquier Kimberly Becker rena moore lorna Benedict renate neumann Gretchen and Forrest Bietz Nevada Woodchucks rayna Brachmann terry and lynn nielsen Gaia Brown and lloyd rogers Jean norris lynn and Kathy Brown Barbara ohlson steven and lois Brown lois parks Gaia Brown and lloyd rogers robert and emily parrino Jennifer Burton Gallop margo piscevich Barbara charlebois martha scott pruter press and delores clewe marilyn and James rapport tyrus cobb michelle rosso charles and mary anne Jackie ruffin convis Bud and Kathy schonder carol cooke will and diana scott connie and tom davies michael schwimmer Francey dennis John seelmeyer Diamond Vault Inc. michael and Karren smith ron and cathy dreher Speakers Business robert and Judy dreiling Services LLC penny drucker miles and deena standish Beatrice eichbaum linda and John swanson Bruce and Vivian euzent mary and Frank trampus Judy and dan Fitzgerald Karen traynor robert and Barbara Fox lilliana trinchero ted Fuetsch and Jane Garfield patricia tripple ruthie and Jim Garaventa Jim and Gail pfrommer maryanne Gibson Turning Point Inc. timonthy Green marshall postman mark Grice Brad Van woert Jane Grossman linda and curtis weagel lorraine Giurlani imogene and steve weldi peter and Karen Gulash cynthia and al widman mary anne hawkins John and Virginia williamson Barbara hawn J.r. woodford Betty and randolph holder Jolynn worley dorothy hudig Pal Kathie and steve Jenkins honor Jones adele and tom andrews sondra humphries James and lynn atcheson marcy and scott Jordan ronda and russell Bachtell

connie Backes ernie Baragar John and Kathleen Bardwell monique Baron moira Bengochea nevada Besso Jane Bowden linda Brown h. treat and patricia cafferata Bob and Jan carusi Judith carter doug and nancy clary donna clontz and norm howard william and cathleen cobb Jennifer cochran Kristie connolly lisa connor Janet coombs christine cox and John Breternitz patricia crane Becky and anthony czarnik donovan and Jeanne davis Judith davis Frankie sue del papa lorene and todd deVito patricia downs Drakulich Insurance Agency linda drakulich thomas and terrel drendel darilyn ehlen anne elliott terri elliott and carl sievert robert edgington sharon elorza tony and debby Fakonas Kris Farnsworth susan Felix-mueller Jennifer and ted Files roy and dianna Filkin susan Fittinghoff and charles Bonney Kristine Flashner Fredrick and Kara Ford shari and donald Ford carolyn and harlan Fricke ike Fujishin edward and theresa Gandolfo henry Garell Biddy Gay

Kay Genasci richard Gilbert mary Goddard lauren Greenwood susan and John hancock mike and mary havercamp lorraine henson debby hertel noelle hetz eileen hough James hutton (Give #3) daniel inouye dan Jenkins richard Jones Jordan-hurrle Frederick Karkalik lorelei Keltie ann Keniston clark Kent mike and pat Klos wayne and sandra Krachun Jennifer lee susan and harvey lee Kerry leedy ann little tim and nancy mahoney rita malkin Gary and cherlyn marks marian and chuck marks Bill and teri mccready cynthia mitchell daniel mitchell wendie morris colleen murray Bill and lynn newhall mary and william nork BJ and patrick north lenette ogulnick evelyn oliver ann owen and dirk Verhulst Jean pagni Jan pederson Verna peeler matthew pichon sandra poupeney meg price steve pugliese craig Questa ralph and patty ramacciotti melvin ray, cpa pamela and hugh ricci

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sarah Britt John Burroughs sue carano thomas carnahan antoinette cavin Valerie and John chappel Gil and sandy chaput susan chern Judith and michael chiriatti rachel christianson Janet chubb ron and roxanne claassen starr clifton patricia coia alison colvin Jaak daemen rosemary damron Janet daniels nadine dewitt patty dickens richard and susan dimare tom and rosemary dinkel donna djukanovich n l dodson mary donnelly Joan dowling Kathy drake martha durney Jean earl Joseph edwards Beatrice eichbaum lori and James elizares carole and mike ennis Becky erdmann and don hill dianne evans donna and michael Faker Jacki Falkenroth rev. william Faust david Fenimore paul Ferber rhonda and Jack Ferris allison Fiddler John and wendy Firestone diane Fisher sidney and June Forman elizabeth Francis K. Freeman Grace Fujii linda and steve Garrett catherine Geiger

diana Ghio Kurt Gottschalk chester and lena Green meri and ed Gscheidle ronald and nancy Gunderson Joanna and John Gutch John Gwaltney Joy hamilton Jo ann hankin Gail hardy ed and Karen hawkins Kathleen heil c.J. hensel winnie herbert mary Jo higgins ruth hilts Jilda hoffman richard hoffman dennise and Fred howard Kristine isaacs margaret Jacques warren Jay sally Jeffers sheri Jester warren Johnston Janet Josephsen Joann Karhohs Judith Kleidon scott Key patty King heidi and tim Kinsinger Kass Kirkham lynda Knepper Judith Krefting mr. and mrs. lawsonGilgovan mary llop michael lollich susan lombardi Bernard lovelace elizabeth lovelace peggy lowndes sandra macias shelley macdonald michael machado Joanne marke sue and andy markert annette and larry marran patrick James martin dino and diana martini Brian mathews richard and sara mauer Judith maus melanie maxfield

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Artown July 2012 Magazine  

Now in its 17th year, Artown is held annually during the month of July in Reno, Nev. This year the event features nearly 500 events througho...